White House after Comey’s testimony: “There’s nothing there”

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White House social media director Dan Scavino believes everything is looking good for Trump following former FBI Director James Comey’s congressional testimony Thursday.

“Sorry Dems- nothing here,” Scavino tweeted as the testimony ended. “No votes were altered by Russians in the 2016 election. POTUS or team NEVER asked to stop election investigation.”

Scavino’s emboldened response follows from Comey’s answer to Sen. Richard Burr’s (R-NC) asking if he was confident no votes cast in 2016 presidential election were altered. “I’m confident,” Comey responded. “When I left as director, I had seen no indication of that whatsoever.”

Trump’s case was further strengthened when Comey was asked if the President ever asked him to suspend the FBI investigation on Russian involvement in the 2016 presidential race.

“Not to my understanding, no,” Comey responded.

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