The pres­i­dent and the in­ves­ti­ga­tors

The Washington Post Sunday - - SUNDAY OPINION -

Re­gard­ing Dana Mil­bank’s May 18 Wash­ing­ton Sketch col­umn, “Rosen­stein comes to the res­cue of the cow­ardly Repub­li­cans”:

House Speaker Paul D. Ryan (R-Wis.) tried to smear former FBI di­rec­tor James B. Comey by say­ing that if what is al­leged in his per­sonal mem­o­ran­dum were true, he should have alerted some­one im­me­di­ately. Can any of us imag­ine what have hap­pened had he tried to do that? A tem­po­rary up­roar and his dis­missal — fol­lowed by busi­ness as usual. Bet­ter he waited while keep­ing his head down and con­tin­u­ing to do his job.

Bev­erly A. Hall, Ca­tonsville, Md.

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