Comey’s tell-all memos on Trump meetings made public

Apr 20, 2018, 7:00 AM EDT
The notes by ex-FBI chief James Comey detail U.S. President Donald Trump's wide-ranging concerns.
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Former FBI Director James Comey’s notes covering the content of his meetings with U.S. President Donald Trump have been published shortly after three Republican committee chairmen received the redacted version of the memos.

The memos are consistent with the allegations that Comey made in his recently released book “A Higher Loyalty: Truth, Lies, and Leadership,” regarding Trump’s attempt to nudge the ex-FBI chief to drop an enquiry against the then National Security Advisor, Michael Flynn, writes the BBC.

The 15-page document reveals that Trump was concerned over lurid allegations in an intelligence dossier and skeptical of the judgment of his first national security adviser, Flynn, notes The Guardian.