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Great question, and the DOJ-Russia, probe: ‘What kind of show was Comey to run?’: William McGurn

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The former FBI Director, James Comey can’t be doing yourself any favors by going public with his thoughts on the Mueller report in the Wall Street Journal, “Main Street” columnist William McGurn argued Thursday.

Comey sat down with NBC News anchor Lester Holt and described his confusion in relation to the Special Counsel, Robert Müller the decision on obstruction of justice charges against President Trump.

On Thursday All-Star panel segment on Fox News’ “special report with Bret Baier” McGurn, as well as Fox News senior judicial analyst judge Andrew Napolitano and democratic strategist Leslie Marshall weighed in — and on the impact of the Mueller report, and whether Comey’s involvement in the Russia-probe deserves more control.

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McGurn, the Miller called to report be published “as public as possible,” but also to “all the other stuff,” including the FISA application, which has helped the whole of Russia-investigation.

“You have to ask, what kind of map was executed by James Comey,” McGurn said. “Many of the people were around him, replaced by Christopher Wray and Andrew McCabe may be perjury to face reported fees for the IG [inspector general]. … I’m not sure the FBI would be that we us very well.”

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Judge Napolitano began, I loved the panel that the “unsustainable” Comey was “” by the rank and file in the FBI-but that might not be the case, since his fall in the year 2017, and his insistence that a public-Mueller report could have been released, “page for page” in the black redactions.

Meanwhile, Marshall pumped on the brakes for the prosecution and warned the Democrats get caught up in the “investigation of the investigation.”

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