Deputy attorney general summarizes what he called ‘longstanding concerns’ over Comey’s handling of FBI investigation into Hillary Clinton’s email server
The deputy attorney general, Rod Rosenstein, told lawmakers on Capitol Hill that he stood by a memo he wrote which was used to fire the FBI director, James Comey, insisting: “I wrote it. I believe it. I stand by it.”
During a pair of separate briefings with House and Senate lawmakers this week, Rosenstein said that Donald Trump had resolved to fire Comey before he produced the memo.
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Link : Rosenstein stands by memo on firing James Comey: ‘I wrote it. I believe it’