In a CNN town hall with Anderson Cooper, former FBI director James Comey answered questions from students and faculty at William & Mary law school on Wednesday.
He talked about his lasted book, “A Higher Loyalty” that details his experiences working with Donald Trump.
Cooper asked Comey if it was significant that Trump lied about not spending the night in Russia.
Comey revealed to the audience how to easily spot a lie.
“It’s always significant when someone lies, especially about something you didn’t ask about,” Comey said.
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Federal taxpayer-funded adoption agency blocks same-sex couple from fostering migrant children, because Jesus
A Texas adoption agency that receives federal taxpayer funds is refusing to allow a lesbian couple to become foster parents, and they're citing their religious beliefs to support their discriminatory decision.
Bryn Esplin and Fatma Marouf, who are married and are both professors at Texas A&M University, were told by the agency because they're a same-sex couple they don't "mirror the holy family," and thus would not allow them to foster some of the thousands of migrant and refugee children the federal government is detaining.
The women pressed, saying that surely some of the 700 children under the agency's care were LGBT and would benefit from being placed with a married lesbian couple, as The Daily Beast reports.
NRA owes $1.6 million in unpaid bills to vendor who runs NRATV
The National Rifle Association has a hefty bill that remains unpaid, despite making a huge haul in fundraising for the 2016 election.
According to Betsy Woodruff at the Daily Beast, the NRA owes $1.6 million to their vendor, Ackerman McQueen, they've used for advertising for years. The company is the one responsible for doing the media for NRATV, the group's streaming service for pro-gun television.
The two have had a long relationship and err on the side of quiet privacy, which Woodruff said on MSNBC, shows just how acrimonious the battle has become.