Rod Rosenstein tells Congress about James Comey's firing: 'It was appropriate to seek a new leader'

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein told members of Congress he long had concerns with former FBI Director James B. Comey’s actions in the Hillary Clinton email investigation, but he only wrote the memo laying out his concerns about the director after learning President Trump intended to fire Mr. Comey. The …

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