Politics Putin says ready to grant asylum to ex-FBI chief Comey
Russian President Vladimir Putin joked on Thursday that if former FBI director James Comey feels persecuted because of his falling-out with U.S. President Donald Trump, Russia is ready to grant him asylum. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
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