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Judge Napolitano: Susan Rice Trying to 'Rewrite History' With Memo

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By    |   Tuesday, 13 Feb 2018 11:42 AM

Former national security adviser Susan Rice was "trying to rewrite history" with her memo to herself minutes before President Donald Trump's inauguration, Judge Andrew Napolitano said Tuesday.

"She was trying to rewrite history and [make it] look like something happened that didn't happen," Napolitano, the chief judicial analyst for Fox News, told "Fox & Friends" program

"She writes the memo after Barack Obama is out of office; it starts 15 minutes earlier after she no longer had a job."

President Barack Obama met in January 2017 with then-FBI Director James Comey and several other top national security officials to talk about sharing information related to Russia with the incoming Trump administration, CNN reported Monday. 

Rice, in an email to herself sent minutes before President Donald Trump's administration, said Obama reiterated that the team needed to "proceed as it normally would by the book."

Napolitano said he expects something was learned between the Jan. 5 meeting and the Jan. 20 inauguration day that made the Obama administration change its narrative.

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