#ComeyMemo could lead to a major escalation in the Trump-FBI-Russia Investigation

Comey memo could lead to a major escalation in the Trump-FBI saga – Business Insider – “Three words: obstruction of justice,” CNN legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin said on the air. “Telling the FBI director to close down an investigation of your senior campaign adviser for his activities during your campaign for president, if that’s true, that’s obstruction of justice.” The Times reported that Trump asked Comey during a February meeting to shut down the FBI’s investigation into Flynn, the now-ousted national security adviser. Comey publicly announced at a March hearing that the bureau was investigating whether the Trump campaign colluded with Russian officials to meddle in the 2016 election. The Times cited a memo Comey wrote shortly after the meeting, which The Times said took place the day after Flynn’s resignation. Comey wrote that Trump told him “I hope you can let this go,” according to The Times.


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