Firing James Comey Isn't Smoke. It's Fire.

Dylan Matthews, Vox
We don’t actually understand if Richard Nixon ordered the damage-in to the Democratic National Committee headquarters within the Watergate complex on June 17, 1972. That, to me, is still essentially the most outstanding feature of the Watergate trouble. A president used to be compelled out of place of work for the first time in American history through a scandal centering on a single crime, and we still don’t recognize if he in fact ordered it.

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