House Republicans press Comey on Clinton emails
WASHINGTON — House Republicans interviewed James Comey behind closed doors Friday, hauling the former FBI director to Capitol Hill one final time before they cede power to Democrats in January. GOP lawmakers who stepped outside while the questioning was underway indicated they weren't satisfied and will bring him back later this month.
Comey wasn't pleased either, telling reporters, “We're talking about Hillary Clinton's emails, for heaven's sake, so I'm not sure we needed to do this at all.”
Republicans say Comey and other Justice Department officials were biased against Trump as they investigated his campaign's ties with Russia in 2016 and cleared Clinton in a separate probe into her email use. popular and has strong bipartisan support. It will also help a lot of people, save taxpayer dollars, and keep our communities safe. Go for it Mitch!”
Workers set up protection on shop windows along the ChampsElysees on Friday in Paris.