Levin: ‘No smoking gun’ in Comey’s testimony

· June 7, 2017  
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“There’s no smoking gun of any kind” in former FBI Director James Comey’s prepared congressional testimony, says Conservative Review Editor-in-Chief Mark Levin.

In the opening segment of his nationally syndicated radio show Wednesday night, Levin discussed the written testimony for Thursday’s open congressional hearing, which was released hours before the show.

While the testimony contains some “self-serving stuff” on Comey’s part, he explained further, there’s nothing at all that indicates that Trump attempted to pressure the former agency head to stop any investigation whatsoever.

The statement also comports with Trump’s previous statements that Comey told him on three separate occasions that he wasn’t under criminal investigation by the FBI.

“There’s no smoking gun; there’s not a gun of any kind,” Levin concluded. “There’s no smoke of any kind!”

Nevertheless, the media and committee Democrats persist in trying to push a narrative of wrongdoing, Levin explained, as they gear up to make political hay of Comey’s open testimony before Congress Thursday.

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Author: Nate Madden

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