Russia said it would grant the fired FBI Director James Comey asylum in the event he makes a request.
The statement came days following Comey’s appearance before the US Senate Intelligence Committee, where he gave testimony on the Trump-Russia probe and admitted to recording private talks with US President Donald Trump.
Since the Vatican Enquirer has learned that Comey has been looking for a ‘safe haven’ after making his appearance before the Senators.
The statement by the Kremlin noted that according to Comey there was no evidence that Russia meddled with the vote count in the Trump election.
Russia has repeatedly denied claims of meddling in U.S. politics, calling any to that effect as nonsense and totally absurd.
Comey was not available for comment. The person who answered the call told the Vatican Enquirer that Mr. Comey was busing updating his notes.