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Listen to the media use this new word over and over -- and here's why they're saying it
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Listen to the media use this new word over and over -- and here's why they're saying it

“Contemporaneous” was the word of the day on Tuesday as commentators and reporters shared the latest breaking news about former FBI director James Comey. On Wednesday’s “The Glenn Beck Radio Program,” Glenn Beck shared a string of audio clips from news reports that showed that “contemporaneous” was definitely the media’s new favorite word.

“So they found this new word yesterday, and they found it for a very important reason,” Glenn said.

Last week, President Donald Trump abruptly fired Comey in a move so sudden that the former FBI head found out by seeing a newscast in the background while he was speaking to FBI employees. Since then, multiple reports have leaked from the administration alleging that Trump shared highly classified information during a controversial visit with Russian officials.

The latest damaging report is that Trump asked Comey to stop investigating former national security adviser Michael Flynn, who was fired by the administration after misleading Vice President Pence on his Russian ties. Comey’s memo was reportedly written soon after one of his meetings with the president. Included in the New York Times scoop was this fun fact: An FBI agent’s “contemporaneous notes” are often used as evidence of conversations in court.

To see more from Glenn, visit his channel on TheBlaze and listen live to “The Glenn Beck Radio Program” with Glenn Beck, Pat Gray, Stu Burguiere and Jeffy Fisher weekdays 9 a.m.–noon ET on TheBlaze Radio Network.

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