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This senator just found a way James Comey could still be involved in the Trump-Russia investigation

Since President Trump abruptly axed FBI Director James Comey on Tuesday, Sen. Angus King (I-Maine) came up with another way Comey could still be involved in the investigation of Trump's ties to Russian election meddling. King suggested that Comey could be "named to head the Senate Intelligence Committee investigation of Trump-Russia ties," The New York Times' Jonathan Weisman reported.

Of course, if Trump really fired Comey because of his handling of the Hillary Clinton email investigation as Trump has claimed, then this wouldn't bother him one bit. But, King pointed out in an interview with NPR, the White House's explanation for the ouster "doesn't add up."