WikiLeaks is offering $100,000 for the alleged “Comey tapes” — the recordings that Donald Trump has hinted he might have of his January dinner with now-fired FBI Director James Comey.
If any such tapes exist, the problem is that, because of suspected collusion between WikiLeaks and the Kremlin, the tapes may never be...
WikiLeaks Offering $100,000 For Donald Trump's 'Comey Tapes'
Saturday, 13 May 2017
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