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< meta itemprop= author content= "Jabin Botsford|The Washington Post|Getty Images "> Jabin Botsford|The Washington Post|Getty Images President Donald Trump in the Oval Workplace at the White House in Washington, DC on Thursday, Nov. 30, 2017. Flynn’s plea– in addition to the indictment of Trump campaign chair Paul Manafort has actually produced a swirl of controversy and suspicion. Playing out in the background is the abrupt dismissal of former FBI Director James Comey, who– in a series of cryptic social media posts– has hinted about”justice “being served.On Sunday, Feinstein alluded to Comey’s lingering existence in the investigation. “I see it in the hyper-frenetic mindset of the White Home, the remarks every day, the consistent tweets,” she informed NBC.”And I see it most notably in exactly what took place with the firing of Director Comey, and it is my belief that is directly because he did not consent to ‘lift the cloud’ of the Russia examination. That’s blockage of justice,” she included.
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Aaron P. Bernstein|Reuters Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) asks concerns during previous FBI Director James Comey’s look prior to a Senate Intelligence Committee hearing on Russia’s supposed interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election on Capitol Hill in Washington, June 8, 2017. California Senator Dianne Feinstein said that a Senate committee’s investigation looking into Russia’s influence in the U.S. election was also exploring a prospective”obstruction of justice”charge against President Donald Trump, the Democrat informed NBC on Sunday.Feinstein, who is the ranking member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, stated in a look on NBC’s “Fulfill the Press” that group was “putting together of a case of obstruction of justice.”
She added: “I believe we see this in the indictments, the 4 indictments and pleas that have simply taken place and some of the comments that are being made.”
Feinstein’s comments in the wake of previous nationwide security consultant Michael Flynn entering a guilty plea for lying to federal investigators about conversations he had with a Russian ambassador.