Comey’s Memos Could Lead To End Of Mueller’s Investigation

The Senate Judiciary Committee had to play hardball with the Department of Justice but the Comey’s memos are at last being delivered to Congress. Former FBI Director James Comey wrote these memos after each of his seven meetings with President Donald Trump. Mr. Comey put four of these memos into the hands of a friend to be leaked to the New York Times. What was Comey’s ulterior motive? You can decide that one. How much of the memos were classified information, and what will be the impact on the Mueller Russian collusion probe?

As Written and Reported By Ryan Saavedra for the Daily Wire:

On Thursday, sources told CNN that the U.S. Department of Justice is expected to release the memos of former FBI Director James Comey to Congress at some point today.

In a January report from Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley, Grassley wrote: “After a review of the seven memoranda created by former Director Comey, it is now clear that four are marked classified at various levels of sensitivity. Former Director Comey reportedly provided copies of four memos to Columbia Law School Professor Daniel Richman. If true, that would mean at least one disclosed memo contained information now-marked classified.”

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