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? What? Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) confused the hell out of people during former FBI director James Comey?s testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee on Thursday. This was mostly because the senator spent a good chunk of his seven-minute questioning time asking Comey about Hillary Clinton?s emails instead of focusing on the current investigation involving