COMEY TRANSCRIPT RELEASED: EX-FBI BOSS CLAIMS NOT TO KNOW, REMEMBER KEY DETAILS IN RUSSIA CASE

Former FBI Director James Comey claimed "I don't know" or "I don't remember" in response to dozens of questions concerning key details in the Russia probe, according to a lengthy transcript released Saturday of his closed-door interview with congressional lawmakers.

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