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I have to say, though, that I think when you compare the two, that Watergate pales, really, in my view. Compared to what we're confronting now. Sharing sensitive intelligence with the Russians and compromising its source reflect either ignorance or disrespect, and either is very problematic. Similarly, the whole episode with the firing of Jim Comey, a distinguished public servant, apart from the egregious, inexcusable manner in which it was conducted.
Reflect complete disregard for the independence and autonomy of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, our premier law enforcement organization. I'm very interested to see what happens with Jim Comey's hearing before the Senate Intelligence Committee. And I think it'll be very significant to see both what he says and what he's asked about and doesn't respond to.