Rand Paul on Comey Firing: ‘It Couldn’t Have Happened Soon Enough’

‘I never ever voted for his confirmation’

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PAUL: “You know, I think it couldn’t have happened soon enough. I’ve -- I had lost confidence in Comey a long time ago. In fact, I never ever voted for his confirmation because I doubted at his ability to run the FBI. But I would say that most of America thought that he botched the Clinton e-mail scandal. All the Democrats thought he said too much and all the Republicans thought he didn’t do enough. So he had the confidence of almost no one." 

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