Justice Department heads off subpoena, gives Comey memos to Congress

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The Justice Department on Thursday sent Congress copies of the memos former FBI Director James Comey wrote about his interactions with President Trump, moving to head off a looming subpoena from Capitol Hill.

Assistant Attorney General Stephen E. Boyd also confirmed that the memos contain classified information — potentially increasing the risk to Mr. Comey, who arranged for the contents to be leaked to the press last year as he was engaged in a public relations battle with the president.—More…



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