Watch: The Full Testimony from James Comey

Former FBI Director James Comey spent most of the day Thursday testifying before the Senate Intelligence Committee where he mostly vindicated President Donald Trump, while also doing his very best to make himself out to be “the good guy” in the entire affair.

During his testimony Comey admitted that he did tell President Trump that he wasn’t under investigation, he also told the Senate that former Attorney General  Loretta Lynch pressured him to change the way he talked about the investigation into Hillary Clinton. Comey also shocked the media when he called the reports into Trump-Russia collusion “nonsense,” and when he told Congress that Trump actually had encouraged him in the Russia investigation he wrecked the media narrative that Trump had tried to shut down the investigation.

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Watch the entire hearing below:

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