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Trump Mum on Comey, but Donald Jr. Chimes In
First son is tweeting responses to Comey hearing

Donald Trump Jr., seen here at last year’s Republican National Convention, tweeted a defense of his father Thursday against allegations from former FBI Director James B. Comey. (Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call)

President Donald Trump has yet to offer a reaction to explosive testimony from former FBI director James B. Comey before the Senate Intelligence Committee on Thursday. But his son has now chimed in, using an expletive to describe Comey’s account.

“Flynn stuff is BS,” Donald Trump Jr. wrote, referring to Comey’s allegation that the president tried to coerce him, during a one-on-one meeting, to drop an investigation into former national security adviser Michael Flynn.