WATCH: Student protestors interrupt former FBI Director Comey during speech at Howard University

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Protestors at Howard University shouted down former FBI Director James Comey as he delivered a convocation address at the historically black college. The students gave the Black Power salute as they shouted “No Justice No Peace!” and “Get out James Comey, get out our home” during the address. They a...
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