Comey Mania: Here’s What You Need To Know Before Today’s Testimony


Former FBI Director James Comey will testify before the Senate Intelligence Committee at 10 a.m. Thursday in an open session before doing the same in a closed session that afternoon. It will be the first time that Comey has spoken publicly since he was fired by President Trump in early May.

CBS, ABC, NBC, PBS & C-SPAN will all broadcast the much-anticipated testimony live & there will also be a live stream of the hearing available right here on True Pundit.

[give_form id=”79809″]

Read James Comey’s Prepared Remarks Ahead Of His Testimony

Chairman Burr, Ranking Member Warner, Members of the Committee. Thank you for inviting me to appear before you today. I was asked to testify today to describe for you my interactions with President-Elect and President Trump on subjects that I understand are of interest to you. I have not included every detail from my conversations with the President, but, to the best of my recollection, I have tried to include information that may be relevant to the Committee.”

[contentcards url=”” target=”_blank”]

Questions For Comey: What Senators Will Likely Ask Former FBI Chief

Former FBI Director James Comey will settle several open questions on Wednesday about his interactions with President Trump regarding the investigation into potential Russian collusion.

But those answers will open up new lines of inquiry which senators can be expected to raise during Comey’s testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee on Thursday.

[contentcards url=”” target=”_blank”]

Comey: Trump Didn’t Ask Me To Close Russia Probe

Former FBI Director James Comey will tell the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence that President Donald Trump did not ask him to close the ongoing investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election.

[contentcards url=”” target=”_blank”]

Comey Confirms: Trump Wasn’t Under FBI Investigation

Former FBI Director James Comey confirmed in his Senate hearing opening statement published Wednesday that he told President Donald Trump he wasn’t a subject of an FBI investigation on three different occasions.

[contentcards url=”” target=”_blank”]

Comey Told Trump He Was Not Target Of Counter-Intel Probe

Former FBI Director James Comey told President Trump that he was not the subject of a counter-intelligence investigation regarding Russian meddling in the presidential campaign, according to remarks that Comey plans to provide to the Senate Intelligence Committee on Thursday.

[contentcards url=”” target=”_blank”]

Comey’s Friends Weren’t As ‘Familiar With His Thinking’ As They’ve Claimed

James Comey never would have told President Trump that he was not under investigation as part of the FBI’s investigation into Trump campaign collusion with the Russian government.

That was one of the claims made by people described in various media reports as being “familiar with the thinking” of Comey. But it turns out that Comey’s pals are not as acquainted with the former FBI director’s thought processes as they’ve claimed.

[contentcards url=”” target=”_blank”]

Comey Never Kept Detailed Memos On Conversations He Had With Barack Obama

James Comey did not write detailed memos after his conversations with Barack Obama like he did with Donald Trump.

The former FBI director is scheduled to testify before the Senate Intelligence Committee Thursday at 10 a.m. In his prepared opening statement released by the committee Wednesday, Comey said he only spoke with Obama twice during his presidency, but talked to Trump nine times within four months of his.

[contentcards url=”” target=”_blank”]

Comey Leaves Three Phone Calls With Trump Out Of His Written Testimony

Former FBI Director James Comey appears to have left three of his phone calls with President Trump out of his prepared testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee.

[contentcards url=”” target=”_blank”]

Trump Feels ‘Completely And Totally Vindicated’ By Comey Testimony: Lawyer

President Trump feels “completely and totally vindicated” by testimony that former FBI Director James Comey plans to give in a Senate Intelligence Committee hearing on Thursday, his lawyer says.

[contentcards url=”” target=”_blank”]

Comey Hearings Can Be A Defining Moment For Republicans

Former F.B.I. Director James Comey is scheduled to testify before the U.S. Senate Intelligence Committee on Thursday, and it promises to be a defining moment for the Trump presidency. It will also be an important moment for the Republican Party.

President Trump did the right thing by not trying to invoke executive privilege to block Comey’s testimony regarding his interactions with the president and the FBI’s investigation into Russian interference with the 2016 presidential election. To do so would have convinced many Americans that the president has something to hide. Instead, the president’s actions send a message that he does not fear the testimony, which is a good start.

[contentcards url=”” target=”_blank”]

Think You Know What Trump Will Tweet During The Comey Hearing? You Can Bet On It

Donald Trump tweets like no president before him — so much so that online gambling sites are taking bets on what he will tweet when former FBI director James Comey goes before the senate on Thursday.

Online gambling site is setting odds for how many times certain words will come up in the almost inevitable tweet storm posted by Trump’s @realDonaldTrump and @POTUS accounts on the day of the hearing. As of now, the words listed are: Comey, fake, dishonest and believe me.

[contentcards url=”” target=”_blank”]

Trump expected to live tweet during Comey testimony

President Donald Trump may live tweet his reactions to the Senate hearing of former FBI Director James Comey Thursday.

The president won’t surrender control of his Twitter account to aides during the course of the Comey hearings, which are due to take most of the day Thursday, according to Washington Post political reporter Robert Costa.

[contentcards url=”” target=”_blank”]


No Comments Yet

Leave a Reply

2021 © True Pundit. All rights reserved.