Comey: ‘I’m Not Worried About a Single Thing’ Related to Barr’s Investigation

‘I’m confident that when the American people see the picture of why we did what we did, their confidence in the institution will be maintained, restored, and protected’

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COMEY: "The most important way to do that is give us transparency. I am not worried about a single thing in connection with any of the matters under investigation. Gather the facts. Write a report, and share it with the American people. Please do that because all the stuff in the media with Attorney general same stuff doesn’t just jive, it is an attack on the integrity of the institution, which he is supposed to be leading. Way to protect that is show the folks the facts. Lay it out. Don’t leak it out, give it out. And I’m confident that when the American people see the picture of why we did what we did, their confidence in the institution will be maintained, restored, and protected."

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