Comey: Obama, other Dems forgave me for Hillary's election loss

Comey: Obama, other Dems forgave me for Hillary's election loss

Comey, who was sacked by Republican President Donald Trump last May, is doing a series of media interviews that coincide with the release next week of his book, "A Higher Loyalty: Truth, Lies and Leadership".

Comey's book A Higher Loyalty: Truth, Lies and Leadership is slated for release on April 17.

In his absorbing new book, "A Higher Loyalty", the former F.B.I. director James B. Comey calls the Trump presidency a "forest fire" that is doing serious damage to the country's norms and traditions.

Instead of facing insistent questions about the "nice and new and 'smart!'" missiles Trump told Russian Federation, over Twitter, to be "ready" to face in Syria, White House press secretary Sarah Sanders got to grandstand a bit by relaying a list of damning criticisms of Comey from a host of Democrats.

Details of Comey's book are leaking out as he prepares for a full-scale media tour next week.

CNN reports that the Republican National Committee's battle plan includes digital ads and a new website that will brand Comey as "Lyin' Comey".

Clinton previously has said that she thinks the letter Comey sent to Congress on October 28, 2016, announcing that the FBI would be looking back at the email investigation, just 11 days before the election, killed her chances of winning. Officials responded to the Wolff book by belatedly pointing out factual inaccuracies.

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The White House has unleashed a blistering critique of former FBI Director James Comey as he begins promoting his memoir.

"The big question in Comey's badly reviewed book aren't answered like, how come he gave up Classified Information (jail), why did he lie to Congress (jail), why did the DNC refuse to give Server to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (why didn't they TAKE it), why the phony memos, McCabe's $700,000 & more?".

In a passage that has ruffled feathers in White House, Comey adds: "I paused and then chose to add something".

He said Mr. Trump was "disappointed" by his decision to leave, "but he understood". In his book, he ruminates on this decision, and on his October announcement of a partial and temporary reopening of the email investigation just before the election.

Trump also accused Comey of throwing former Attorney General Loretta Lynch "under the bus", drawing his phrasing from a New York Post headline from Friday. "No collusion, all made up by this den of thieves and lowlifes!" "This president is unethical, and untethered to truth and institutional values", Comey writes. "It was my great honor to fire James Comey!".

But since then, the question of Comey's credibility has become a more pressing matter in Washington as he has accused Trump of acting to obstruct the federal investigation into his campaign and business ties to Russian Federation. Throughout the book, Comey writes that Trump showed all the hallmarks of a congenital liar.

And Moss added to his comments: "Comey is still infinitely more credible than the president". The Associated Press purchased a copy this week.

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