Comey appears before the committee, watched by the media. Photo: PA
In one of the most widely awaited events in recent US political history, James Comey, the former FBI Director fired by President Trump a month ago, testified yesterday before the Senate Intelligence Committee.
Bars in Washington opened early, showing Comey’s testimony live on big-screen TVs. Welcome to the reality television show of US presidential politics, and counter-espionage probes, in which we now live.
His testimony is part of the greatest political scandal in America since Watergate: Russia’s interference…
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