washington - US President Trump will not stop the testimony for Thursday in Congress of former FBI boss James Comey about Russian interference with the US elections. That said White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders on Tuesday.
Under US law, the President has the right to prohibit government employees from leaking sensitive information. In the US, Comey has been looking for a long time.
Comey was fired by Trump last month. The president would have put Comey under pressure to stop investigating Russian interference but Trump denies that. Shortly after Comey's resignation, Trump made him out for 'utility job,' which means something like mafkees or cruiser.