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And thousands of ISIS fighters have reached Europe already.
Interpol issued a list of 173 terrorists linked to Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL), who “may have manifested willingness to commit a suicidal attack or martyrdom to support Islam,” the Guardian reported on Friday, saying it obtained the names.
The specially trained attackers “can travel internationally, to participate in terrorist activities,” but it is unclear whether they managed to reach Europe, the report says.
“Obviously, IF there were any blackmailing tapes, then since the Comey obeyed and did not made problems, the tapes were destroyed (or denied and archived)…
There is actually another story: when Comey was fired, people from Jeff Sessions department came and took Comey’s laptop with all damning materials, and they had full right to have them. Then Comey is in a deep problem, with Sessions having all proofs of Comey’s illegal tapping of people as Trump campaign etc… Probably these are the tapes, about which Trump spoke…”
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In perhaps the most stunning section of former FBI Director Comey’s testimony today, he detailed his interaction with then Attorney General Loretta Lynch about his specific language about the Clinton Email “investigation.”
For the first time, former FBI Director James Comey, who is testifying today before the Senate Intelligence Committee, said that President Obama’s Attorney General Loretta Lynch asked him to downplay the Hillary Clinton’s email scandal…
As DailyCaller notes, Comey said Lynch instructed Comey not to call the criminal investigation into the Clinton server a criminal investigation. Instead, Lynch told Comey to call it a “matter,” Comey said, “which confused me.” Comey cited that pressure from Lynch to downplay the investigation as one of the reasons he held a press conference to recommend the Department of Justice not seek to indict Clinton.
Ahead of tomorrow’s much-anticipated testimony, former FBI Director James Comey has released his prepared remarks.
Comey make no accusations but he does outline how he had concerns with some of President Trump’s behavior – although he makes it clear that Trump never ordered him to do anything – specifically the president’s intent with requests for “loyalty” and repeated direct outreach to Comey. Speaking through Sessions, Comey asked that Trump’s outreach stop as it made him “uncomfortable.”
Since CNN previously informed the world, via anonymous sources of course, that “Former FBI Director James Comey is reportedly set to testify he never told President Donald Trump that he was not under investigation,” perhaps they can now explain these three sentences taken directly from Comey’s testimony which prove otherwise.
What are the chances that CNN will retract their inaccurate reporting on this issue?
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