Comey’s Firing Removes Official ‘Known to Stand Up to Power’

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The firing of James Comey as FBI director is a profoundly dangerous thing—a move that puts the Trump-Russia investigation in immediate jeopardy and removes from the investigative hierarchy the one senior official whom President Trump did not appoint and one who is known to stand up to power, Benjamin Wittes and Susan Hennessey write in Lawfare. One of the biggest dangers . . .

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