Trump adviser: decision on dismissal of Komi has nothing to do with Russia
Kelliann, Conway noted that the decision to dismiss “has to do with whether you trust the US President to the FBI Director”.
NEW YORK, may 10. /Offset. TASS Alexey Kachalin/. The dismissal of James Comey as Director of the Federal Bureau of investigation (FBI) has nothing to Russia and attributed to Moscow’s intervention in the election campaign in the United States in 2016. This was stated on Tuesday in a broadcast of CNN senior adviser to the President of the United States, Kellyann Conway.
“The decision to dismiss Komi has nothing to do with Russia. It has no relation to the election campaign six months ago. But it has to do with whether you trust the US President to the FBI Director,” he assured Conway.
Earlier, the White house issued a statement saying that the President of the United States Donald trump dismissed Komi Republic. Such decision the head of state explained that he is not able effectively to perform its functions.
On may 3, the FBI Director at the hearings in the Senate judiciary Committee of the U.S. Congress stated that the Bureau believes that Russia interfered in the political processes in the United States before last year’s November General elections and that such interference on her part continues in America and in other countries. The Komi believed that his own actions in the run-up to elections was absolutely justified.
The opposition Democratic party of the United States and close to it the media are trying hard to inflate the scandal attributed to Russia’s interference in election processes in the United States on the side of Donald trump. And the trump, and Russia strongly reject it. Trump emphasizes that it is necessary to investigate primarily illegal information leaks from the power structures of the United States.