Comey says he told Rod Rosenstein about his concerns about Trump before Rosenstein wrote his memo about firing him

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Former FBI Director James Comey testified Thursday that he told Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein that he had concerns about President Trump acting appropriately over the Russia probe. Rosenstein later wrote a letter, at Trump's request, recommending the firing of Comey.

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That raised some questions. Matthew Miller, a justice and security analyst for MSNBC, called the revelation "huge." "Needs follow up," he tweeted.

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