Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here.The internal memos released from the FBI’s investigation of former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn represent a “smoking gun” against the FBI under James Comey’s leadership, former House Oversight Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz said Monday.“I do think it is the smoking gun,” Chaffetz told “America’s Newsroom’s” Ed Henry.GOWDY BLASTS MISHANDLING OF MICHAEL FLYNN CASE: ‘NOT THE FBI’S JOB TO SEE WHAT THEY CAN GET AWAY WITH’Chaffetz recalled a meeting – before President Trump was inaugurated – involving President Obama, Vice President Joe Biden, former national security adviser Susan Rice, FBI Director Comey and Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates in which they discussed matters “very specific to General Flynn.”Chaffetz also said FBI agents went to the White House to interview Flynn without clearance and without abiding by protocol.“It’s hard to believe that there is anything other than direct acknowledgment and direction from the president of the U.S. to the FBI director, who then does things a couple of weeks later that is totally unprecedented in storming, in that the White House, putting this ambush together, and going after General Flynn like we’ve never seen before,” Chaffetz said.Meanwhile, President Trump on Sunday intensified his criticism of former President Obama by tying him to the Flynn investigation and blasting his predecessor’s recent criticism aimed at his administration’s coronavirus response.Last week, Attorney General William Barr’s Justice Department dismissed the case against Flynn, Trump’s first national security adviser, who was seen as the key prosecution witness from Robert Mueller’s investigation into the Trump campaign.Trump, along with other Republicans, seized on the decision and framed it as an example of a Democrat-manufactured plot to remove him from office.Trump retweeted  Eli Lake, a columnist at  Bloomberg, who said he has been reviewing the interview transcripts that were recently released in the collusion investigation. Lake wrote, “It’s now clear why every Republican on [Rep. Adam Schiff’s] committee in 2019 called for his resignation. He knew the closed door witnesses didn’t support his innuendo and fakery on Russia collusion.”Chaffetz said that “what bugs him” is that the FBI did not give the incoming president the “courtesy and
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