CNN is reporting that FBI Director Christopher Wray “may quit” if the Nunes memo is released:
NEW: The WH is worried that FBI Director Chris Wray might resign if the memo is released. Kelly trying to find a compromise that keeps Wray happy: https://t.co/qznaWcyied via @DanaBashCNN @jeffzeleny @evanperez
— Abby D. Phillip (@abbydphillip) February 1, 2018
He has “no intention of quitting” if the Nunes memo is released:
— NBC News (@NBCNews) February 1, 2018
So, which is it CNN? Apple (resign) or banana (stay)?
Bonus apple/banana from CNN…
In the “may resign” report above, CNN cited that “redactions” to the Nunes memo might keep Wray on the job:
One person briefed on the matter said the White House believes that redactions could cure the problem, given the White House plan is to approve the release of the memo and leave it up to Nunes’ committee to officially release the document. But it is not clear redactions will be enough to satisfy concerns at the FBI, according to other officials, because their concerns are that substantial omissions make the document inaccurate, which is something redactions won’t address.
And a few minutes ago on Air Force One: “I doubt there will be any redactions.”
NEW: Senior WH official tells the pool on AF1:
"I think it will be that we tell the Congress, probably tomorrow, that the president is okay with [the Nunes memo]. I doubt there will be any redactions."
— Steven Portnoy (@stevenportnoy) February 1, 2018
So, which is it CNN? Apple (redaction) or banana (no redaction)?
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) January 27, 2018
CNN reporter leaves out 7 important words from CIA Director Mike Pompeo quote https://t.co/f4HOlF6SvC
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) February 1, 2018