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Jeff Sessions' testimony was curiously uncurious about Comey's firing

Jeff Sessions' testimony was curiously uncurious about Comey's firing

Atty. Gen. Jeff Sessions went before the Senate Intelligence Committee on Tuesday to defend his honor against “scurrilous and false allegations.” How did he do?

The first allegation Sessions addressed was actually fairly easily disposed of — that he was involved in collusion with Russia as an adviser to the Trump campaign, an assertion he called “an appalling and detestable lie.”

This allegation is partly a product of Sessions’ misleading testimony during his confirmation hearings when he said that “I did not have communications with the Russians.” It later emerged that...

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