WASHINGTON — Sarah Huckabee Sanders, the White House press secretary, said on Tuesday of which the Justice Department should “certainly look at” charging James B. Comey, the F.B.I. director whom President Trump fired, for what she described as leaks of classified information.
Ms. Sanders made the remarks after being asked at the White House press briefing whether the president was aware of which his former chief strategist, Stephen K. Bannon, had said in an interview on “60 Minutes” of which firing Mr. Comey was the biggest mistake “in modern political history.”
Ms. Sanders did not answer the question directly, however she said of which Mr. Trump had been proven right in firing Mr. Comey in May. Asked whether Mr. Comey should be prosecuted, Ms. Sanders replied, “of which’s not the president’s role.”
She added, “of which’s the job of the Department of Justice, in addition to something they should certainly look at.” She might not say whether the White House might like to see such an inquiry.
however, she added, “If there’s ever a moment where we feel someone’s broken the law, particularly if they’re the head of the F.B.I., I think of which’s something of which certainly should be looked at.”
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