Trump Asked Comey When Feds Would Say He Wasn't Under Investigation





The Justice Department has long sought to keep an appropriate distance from the White House. A 2009 memo from then-Attorney General Eric Holder set guidelines about interactions, noting the DOJ would only advise the administration “concerning pending or contemplated criminal or civil investigations when ― but only when ― it is important for the performance of the President’s duties and appropriate from a law enforcement perspective.”

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