Pres. Trump flatly denies urging former FBI Dir. Comey to end Flynn investigation

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WASHINGTON - President Donald Trump spent about 20 minutes taking questions during a joint press conference with the Colombian president.

He's answered questions on a variety of topics, ranging from the firing of former FBI Dir. James Comey, to health care, to the possible border wall and the special counsel appointed to investigate possible campaign ties to Russia.

President Trump, asked if he urged FBI Director James Comey to drop Russia investigation, said, `No, no.'

President Trump, commenting on if border walls work, said, 'Yes, just ask Israel.'

President Trump, commenting on the future of health care, 'Obamacare is dead. It's gone.'

President Trump also said the appointment of special counsel for the Russia investigation `divides the country.'