washington - The lawyer of President Donald Trump has contradicted accusations of former FBI director James Comey. Councilman Marc Kasowitz said the president had never suggested in any way that the FBI had to stop an investigation. Also, Trump would never have claimed Comey expressed his loyalty.
Kasowitz issued a statement to Comey in a statement on Thursday, who admitted at a hearing that he had leaked information about his talks with Trump to the press. According to the lawyer, the former chief of the FBI did 'on their own, secretly and without permission'. Moreover, the information provided would be confidential.
The lawyer was able to talk about Comey's statement at another point. For example, during the hearing, Trump had never tried to interfere with the Russian investigation of the federal investigation.