Former FBI Director James Comey said it's "totally normal" for the FBI to plant undercover individuals close to political campaigns, during his Thursday town hall on CNN. A member from the crowd asked Comey if Azra Turk, an asset who posed as Cambridge professor Stefan Halper's assistant to meet with trump aide George Papadopoulos in 2016, should be classified as "spying." Turk's identity was uncovered publicly in a May 2 New York Times report. Comey answered: "Yeah, I'm not going to comment on a particular investigative step, because that's for the bureau to do, and I'm not in the government any longer, but the FBI doesn't spy to begin with. The FBI investigates. And you got to remember where we were in the end of July 2016. We knew the Russians were engaged in a massive effort to attack our democracy, and then we learn from an allied ambassador that one of President Trump-elect - candidate Trump's advisers had been talking to a Russian representative long before that about dirt...
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