Perdue, Johnson offer differing views on Comey firing
Johnson, on the other hand, said in a statement that the firing of Comey constituted an “assault on our republic” by Trump, who Democrats have accused of benefiting from alleged Russian interference in the election.
“This course of conduct must not be allowed to stand unchallenged,” Johnson said. “President Trump cannot be allowed to bully Congress and the American people into silence.”
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