Some links.Mr. Comey’s remarks came in a generally well-received speech on Wednesday at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington; portions of the speech were later published in The Washington Post.
In the passage that prompted the angry reaction in Poland, he said: “In their minds, the murderers and accomplices of Germany, and Poland and Hungary, and so many, many other places didn’t do something evil. They convinced themselves it was the right thing to do, the thing they had to do. That’s what people do. And that should truly frighten us.”
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