Mr.James Comey, the former FBI chief who sacked by President Donald Trump has triggered a confusion, he agreed to prove publicly about the Russian interference in 2016 election, it was announced by the lawmakers. The top Democrat on the Senate Intelligence Committee Mark Warner reported in his statement on Friday; I hope that the recent Director Mr.Comey’s story will help him to answer some of the questions that have arisen since Director Comey suddenly dismissed by the president. Mr. James Comey served his country with great honor for so many years, and he needs an opportunity to tell his story.
Furthermore, the people of America deserve a chance to hear it. Mr. Warner and the committee’s chairman Richard Burr both indicated that they were looking forward to Mr. Comey’s testimony about the interference of Russia on November 8 Presidential election that marked Mr. Trump Secure the White House by scoring the electoral hall, although Democratic rival Hillary Clinton won the popular vote.
No date has yet been set for the open session of the hearing, though the report said it would take place after the Memorial Day holiday, May 29. The White House has launched into turmoil by a series of remarkable accusations against the President on this week, including that he may have prevented justice from asking Mr. Comey to release an investigation into one of his top advisors.
The Washington Post reported on Friday that a senior White House official was now under the survey as a part of inquiry over Russian efforts to attack the elections in Mr. Trump’s favor.
The New York Times said that the US President had told to top Russian officials that Mr. Comey’s sacking had released an enormous pressure on him.
President Mr. Trump said to the Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov on last week that Mr. Comey was not on the job according to theTimes, the calling notes that were taken in the meeting and also read the paper by the US official.
That flies in the front of the White House’s public demand that Comey’s dismissal not connected to his continuing investigation. The President’s son-in-law Jared Kushner is between those whose contacts with the Russian government have come under investigation.
Mr. Trump declared on Thursday himself the victim of the “greatest witch hunt” in American political history and rejected accusations of conspiracy.
“There is no collusion between the certainly myself and my drive, but I can always speak for myself, and also the Russians — zero,” Mr. Trump told reporters.
The White House on Friday prophesied that the investigation would back up Mr. Trump’s statement.
“As the President has declared before — a total investigation will confirm that there was no cooperation between the campaign and any foreign entity,” said spokesman Sean Spicer.