Sen. Susan Collins: President Trump should voluntarily turn over tapes

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Former FBI director James Comey testifies before a hearing on Thursday. Kasowitz has declared Trump "completely vindicated" by Comey's assertion that he told the president he was not personally a target of the FBI's investigation into whether the campaign coordinated with Russian Federation during the election. I'm not going to say I want you to pledge allegiance. "Who would do that?"

King said either his House Intelligence Committee or the House Judiciary Committee will look into whether Comey broke the law when he admittedly leaked his Trump meeting memos to a friend, who then released them to the New York Times.

"100 percent", Trump said without hesitation.

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Asked if he would speak to special counsel Robert Mueller about his interactions with Comey, Trump said that he would "be glad to tell him what I just told you".

The president was twice questioned on Friday about whether there are tapes of his and Comey's discussions.

"Despite so many false statements and lies, total and complete vindication. and WOW, Comey is a leaker!"

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Gingrich also pointed out that Comey and Mueller, also a former Federal Bureau of Investigation chief, were "very close" and that 97 percent of donations from Department of Justice employees who contributed to the 2016 presidential election were in support of former Sec. of State Hillary Clinton.

He and Comey know each other well, with the latter repeatedly praising his predecessor during testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee Thursday. "I will tell you about it over a very short period of time". "That's a decision that the president will make in consultation with his chief personal lawyer Marc Kasowitz, and that the president said he'll address it next week".

Asked yesterday which version she would believe, Republican US Senator Susan Collins said it was possible Mr Comey misremembered or misinterpreted some of their exchanges.

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The Russia issue has cast a shadow over the early months of Mr Trump's presidency. It was the first public appearance of Comey since his firing in May.

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