New Report: President Trump Fired FBI Director Comey With Open Eyes

Much to the dismay of the mainstream media, the story now arises that President Trump was fully aware of the results of firing FBI Director James Comey. He understood that the Russian collusion question and investigation would not go away. He was advised by White House counsel Don McGahn that it would probably extend the investigation. The appointment of a Special Counsel was proof of that. 

As Written By Kristina Wong for Breitbart: 

President Trump was advised that firing James Comey would not end the FBI investigation into his campaign and potential collusion with Russia, but he decided to do so anyway, according to a report by the New York Times.

That new detail debunks what critics of Trump have been arguing — that Trump tried to end the investigation by firing Comey and was therefore obstructing justice.

In fact, Trump was not only told by the White House counsel Don McGahn that firing Comey would not end the investigation, but he also told McGahn he “understood that firing the F.B.I. director might extend the Russia investigation,” according to senior administration officials.

“Mr. McGahn met again that same day with Mr. Trump and told him that if he fired Mr. Comey, the Russia investigation would not go away. Mr. Trump told him, according to senior administration officials, that he understood that firing the F.B.I. director might extend the Russia investigation, but he wanted to do it anyway,” the report said.

The report also reveals that Jared Kushner and Stephen Miller had advised the president to fire Comey, during a weekend stay at the president’s golf course in Bedminster, New Jersey.

The Times also reported that the special counsel looking into Russian meddling and any ……

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Report: Trump ‘Understood’ Firing Comey Would Not End Russia Investigation, Contrary to Critics’ Assertions

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