One topic discussed was Miller’s role in the firing of FBI director James Comey, which could lead to a obstruction of justice investigation.
Miller, a speechwriter to President Trump, apparently wrote a draft letter the president wanted to send to Comey firing him.
Feinstein wants to ask Comey more questions about his firing as FBI director and how he ran the agency during the Obama and Trump administrations.
A report on an obstruction of justice investigation into President Trump raises the possibility that Rosenstein could have initiated the process.
These are Republicans trying to discredit the legendary lawman, trying to show that the feds manufactured a case without evidence.
A brief mention during the nation’s most-watched Senate hearing could tell a lot about President Trump’s son-in-law.
Daniel Richman, who was a federal prosecutor in New York at the same time as James Comey, has frequently defended the fired FBI director in the media.
Comey, testifying before the Senate Intelligence Committee, had serious concerns about Kushner’s attempted back-channel.
Andrew Rosenthal, Alan Dershowitz and Jonathan Turley weigh in on the fired FBI Director’s testimony before Congress.
Senator Feinstein wears seersucker suit in honor of D.C. tradition during Comey testimony.