Reached by phone Saturday morning about an interview, the father of former FBI Director James Comey expressed a willingness to speak to a CNN reporter.
Some 19.5 million Americans tuned in to live broadcasts of former Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Director James Comey's testimony before the US Senate Intelligence Committee on Thursday, the TV ratings company Nielsen Ratings in a news release said. NBC drew 2.723 million and joined its two rivals airing commercial-free coverage of the almost 3-hour testimony.
"His company is his son, Jim", the man answered, identifying himself as that company, the ex-FBI director who delivered extraordinary testimony before Congress this week about his interactions with President Donald Trump before he was sacked last month.
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Mr Shafiq said: "It is clear that Anjem Choudhury and his band of terrorist sympathisers were known to the police for many years". Fahad Khan, the cousin of Butt's wife Zahrah Rehman, said he openly discussed with him his support for Islamic State.
It was the most recent news event carried live on so many USA media outlets.
CNN drew more than 1 million adults 25-54 to top all cable and broadcast networks, according to Nielsen.
The television ratings do not include the crowds that watched the highly anticipated congressional hearing at bars and restaurants around the country or online through services like Twitter and YouTube.