Karl Rove: New York Times story ‘troubling’ is much larger than the Wash Post

The New York Times report about President Trump, say, the Russians in the Oval Office, burning had FBI Director James Comey, relieved, “great pressure” on him is a bigger story than the “Washington Post” Russia report, said Fox News contributor Karl Rove on “The story with Martha MacCallum on Friday.

“It is a confirmation of what we knew. Interviewed Trump, who said, in essence, Holt, ‘fired him because he was a pain,'” said Rove. “The direct connection between I stood in front of a lot of pressure, because Russia and the is removed and it sounds just unseemly.”

Another worrying aspect of the New York Times story, according to Rove, is that the notes were in a meeting with only four officials: Trump, Vice President Mike Pence Sec of State’s Rex Tillerson, and National Security Advisor H. R. McMaster.

“The idea that the private records of a President of a conference such as this would be in circulation. This constitutes a violation of several laws, the find out you better, who this kind of stuff. Just as they can occur, this to the press, someone could leak the information to the White house meeting, our opponents just as easily as you lick them to the public for the Washington Post or the New York Times”,”

“Let’s be clear. Person of interest means that there is someone the FBI wants to talk. There is a big difference between that and the subject of the investigation and the target of the investigation,” said Rove. “I think it is exaggerated.”

MacCallum asked Harf Rove and Fox News contributor, Marie, if we get some answers from Comey, when he says before the Senate Intelligence Committee, after the Memorial Day.

“This will be the must-watch TV,” said Harf, who earlier in the Obama administration. “It will be very interesting to see how Comey this hearing plays out, how forthcoming he is.”

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