NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE B y his own admission, the recently fired FBI director James Comey leaked at least four memos of private presidential conversations — at least one of them containing some classified secret material — variously to his lawyers and through liaisons to the press. In both phone calls and personal meetings, Comey never gave any hint to the president he served that he intended to leave a written record of the conversations for what turned out to be his own selfish agenda.
Comey said his intent by leaking his versions of these conversations was to force a brouhaha that would in turn prompt …
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