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The Senate Intelligence Committee will get access to memos prepared by fired FBI Director James Comey, who documented a series of controversial, private communications with President Trump.

Sen. Mark Warner, the committee’s top Democrat, told reporters Wednesday the panel secured “a commitment” for the delivery of the documents, which recount a February meeting in which Trump allegedly pressed Comey to drop the bureau’s investigation into ex-national security adviser Michael Flynn.


Warner, whose panel has been seeking the memos for weeks, offered no specific timetable for when the memos would be turned over, saying only that it would be “soon.”

James Comey memos finally going to Senate Intelligence Committee