Comey Took Notes on Trump Calls But Didn’t Record Hillary’s Interrogation

Fallout from James Comey’s testimony before the U.S. Senate continues forth in the headlines, and none of it makes him or the DOJ look any better.

During the questions and answers, Comey made abundantly clear that he took copious notes on his conversations with President Trump, which he then leaked to the press.

But he never bothered to record Hillary Clinton’s three-hour interrogation during the email server investigation.

Then he went on to reveal the bombshell that then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch asked him to downgrade the email investigation to a ‘matter’ after her ‘coincidental’ confab with Bill Clinton.

Department of Injustice anyone? It’s time to clean house.

Here’s more from Gateway Pundit…

Fired FBI Director, James Comey said in a prepared opening statement released Wednesday that he didn’t keep detailed memos on his conversations with Obama like he did with Donald Trump.

Comey took notes on EVERY meeting with President Trump before and after his inauguration.
But Comey only spoke with Obama twice!

Even after the DNC computers were ‘hacked’ he never spoke with the Democrat president about the criminal attack on his party’s computers!

Former Director James Comey also did not record his THREE HOUR interview with former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on her likely criminal email activity.

Comey skipped the meeting.
The FBI did not swear in Hillary Clinton during her testimony.
The Hill reported:

Hillary Clinton did not swear an oath to tell the truth before meeting with the FBI for three and a half hours last weekend, and the interview was not recorded, FBI Director James Comey told House lawmakers on Thursday.

The lack of a sworn oath does not remove the possibility of criminal penalties against Clinton if she lied to the FBI, though he said he had “no basis to conclude” that she was untruthful.

“Still a crime to lie to us,” Comey told the House Oversight Committee.
FBI policy is not to record interviews as part of its investigations.

Yet the revelations will nonetheless raise questions among Republicans, who have been skeptical of the FBI’s investigation and have demanded to see the transcript of the former secretary of State’s interview in downtown Washington on Saturday.

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