Nadler: Firing Comey ‘Makes a Very Strong Case’ for Obstruction by Trump
NADLER: "Remember we’re dealing with a serial liar. He sent out to the vice president and others say he was fired because of his conduct with Secretary Clinton lost year. Now he says no he was thinking of firing him before. And because of — that rod rose Steen, the deputy attorney general wrote a memo about criticizing his kuktsd with respect to Clinton last year and that’s why he was firing him. He said no, no, I was thinking of firing him before that. So asking for a loyalty of the FBI, which is supposed to be independent, especially when he just admitted that he was thinking of firing Comey essentially because of the Russian investigation, those two things combined make a very strong case for the president having committed obstruction of justice. That’s got to be invested."