Trump: I Never Told Comey To Let Flynn Investigation Go, Never Asked Him to Pledge AllegianceChris Menahan
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President Trump rebutted former FBI Director James Comey's testimony during a joint news conference on Friday with Romanian President Klaus Iohannis, saying he never told Comey to let the Flynn investigation go and never asked him to pledge allegiance.
Trump also said he'd be "100 percent" willing to testify on the matter under oath.
Transcript via NewsBusters.org:
DONALD TRUMP: Who would like to ask? Should I take one of the killer networks that treat me so badly as fake news? Should I do that? Go ahead, Jon. Be fair, Jon.That really sounds like he's hinting he's got tapes. Trump allegedly has a long history of secretly recording phone calls.
If he has tapes, and James Comey perjured himself under oath, it's going to be one of the most epic scandals of all time.
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