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Sally Yates is testifying to Senate, but James Comey may feel the heat


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Former Acting Attorney General Sally Yates, an Obama holdover whose interactions with the early Trump administration generated controversy and strife, is testifying Wednesday before the Senate Judiciary Committee investigating the discredited Russia collusion probe.

While Yates will be in the witness chair, it may very well be the fired FBI Director James Comey who will feel like he's in the hot seat.

Yates' official narrative, recorded in a FBI memo, was that Comey refused to follow the DOJ's instructions and procedures during a key moment in the Russia probe in January 2017, a behavior similarly exhibited by the ex-director a year earlier when he unilaterally chose to announce in July 2016 that Hillary Clinton wouldn’t face charges in the email scandal — without legal authority to do so.:snip:

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