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Editorial: Let’s See Comey’s Memos

Like almost everyone who follows politics in the United States, we’ve grown weary of hearing about James Comey’s memos. The public has heard endlessly about these documents—from the media, from the very few politicos who’ve seen them, from Comey himself—but the memoranda themselves remain a mystery.
These documents may prove that President Trump obstructed justice when he asked the FBI director to back off the investigation of Michael Flynn, Trump’s short-lived National Security Adviser. Or they may prove the opposite. They may prove that Trump lied repeatedly about his campaign’s connections with Russians. Or they may not.
We first heard about them in May of 2017 when the New York Times—to which Comey had leaked the fact of their existence—reported that the former FBI director had left a “paper trail . . . document…
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