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See the moment Sanders admitted she had no evidence for Comey claims

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Special counsel Robert Mueller’s report revealed White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders admitted she made a claim about former FBI Director James Comey in May 2017 that had no evidence. In this video flashback, then Deputy Press Secretary Sanders asserts that “countless” FBI agents had told the White House that they had lost confidence in James Comey, who had been fired as FBI director the day before by President Donald Trump.