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[VIDEO] It has been reported that former FBI Director James Comey may be guilty of leaking a classified memo. If that is true, then he broke the law. Unlike poor Hillary, you can be sure he meant to do it. the leak occurred in a time frame after he was fired by President Trump.

Senate Judiciary Committee chairman Chuck Grassley is trying to get to the bottom of this issue and is demanding answers from the FBI. If the leaked information was classified, then Comey could face charges. What will be the impact upon the Robert Mueller investigation remains to be seen.

As Written and Reported By Chuck Ross for the Daily Caller:

James Comey may have leaked at least one classified memo to a friend shortly after he was fired as FBI director.

That’s an assessment from Senate Judiciary Committee chairman Chuck Grassley, who wrote a letter to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein on Wednesday demanding answers about the handling of memos that Comey wrote following his conversations with President Trump.

Grassley noted that he and his staff recently reviewed seven memos that Comey wrote after his meetings with Trump. Four of those documents contained information classified as “CONFIDENTIAL” or “SECRET.”

Grassley also pointed to past reporting that Comey gave four memos of his conversations with Trump to a friend, Columbia law professor Daniel Richman.

Grassley also pointed to past reporting that Comey gave four memos of his conversations with Trump to a friend, Columbia law professor Daniel Richman.

If it’s true that Professor Richman had four of the seven memos, then in light of the fact that four of the seven memos the Committee reviewed are classified, it would appear that at least one memo the former FBI director gave Professor Richman contained classified information….

 

THERE IS WAY MORE HERE KEEP READING:

Grassley: Comey Leaked Classified Memo | The Daily Caller

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