WASHINGTON (AP) — White House press secretary Sarah Sanders tried to do damage control on her credibility Friday, insisting that she hadn't intentionally misled the American public about FBI Director James Comey's firing despite telling the special counsel that her claim that "countless" agents had lost confidence in him was not founded on anything. Sanders, who told special counsel Robert Mueller that her comment during a White House press briefing in May 2017 had been… Read at AP News
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