Tanden: ‘If There Isn’t a Reason for a Special Prosecutor, There’s Never Been One in Our History’

‘If there isn’t a reason for a special prosecutor, there has never been one in our history’

EXCERPT:

TANDEN: "Secure briefing. The next day Comey is summoned to the White House by the president of the United States and asked for loyalty in the investigation of the Mike Flynn matter. If there isn’t a reason for a special prosecutor, there has never been one in our history."

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