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Friday’s Morning Email: The Latest In The Trump-Comey Saga

By in Huffington Post on May 19, 2017

By Lauren Weber


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THE TRUMP-COMEY SAGA CONTINUES President Donald Trump lashed out against the idea of a “special counsel appointment” Thursday, saying it was harmful for the country. More stories about former FBI Director James Comey’s thoughts on the president broke, including reports that Trump asked Comey when the Feds would say he wasn’t under investigation, as well as a detail about Comey attempting to blend into the curtains at the White House to avoid interactions with Trump. Comey is 6’8”. Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein told senators Thursday that he knew Trump would fire Comey before writing the infamous memo. All the while, Michael Flynn has yet to cooperate with the Senate Intelligence Committee. And many wonder why Trump continues to stand by the man despite denouncing his ties to Paul Manafort and Carter Page. [HuffPost]

TRUMP: FORMER SEN. JOE LIEBERMAN TOP PICK FOR FBI DIRECTOR The other three candidates include “current acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe; Frank Keating, the former governor of Oklahoma who previously served as an FBI agent and in high-level positions in the Justice Department; and Richard McFeely, who served in the FBI for 24 years before retiring as executive assistant director in 2014.” [HuffPost]

SWEDEN DROPS SEXUAL ASSAULT CHARGES AGAINST JULIAN ASSANGE However, British police say the Wikileaks founder would still be arrested if he left the Ecuadorian embassy in London. [Reuters]

MAN REPORTEDLY HIGH ON K2 KILLS 1, INJURES 22 BY PLOWING CAR THROUGH TIMES SQUARE Officials believe Richard Rojas was high on synthetic […]    

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