Comey is Ready to 'CASH IN' on His Anti-Trump Rage

Former FBI director James Comey says in a new book that President Donald Trump reminded him of a mafia boss who demanded absolute loyalty

Former FBI director James Comey says in a new book that President Donald Trump reminded him of a mafia boss who demanded absolute loyalty

The Republican National Committee has launched a website aimed directly at former Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey ahead of a book tour expected to be critical of President Donald Trump. Ahead of Comey's book release and a high-profile interview with George Stephanopoulos, the Republican National Committee is clumsily trying to discredit him with an opposition-style website.

"How odd is it for you to sit here and compare the president to a mob boss?". Andrew Harrer/Pool, Getty Images Ronna McDaniel, the RNC's chairwoman, told CNN that Comey's "misconduct" warranted condemnations from both Republicans and Democrats, and that the public should be reminded of them before his book launches. "If Comey wants the spotlight back on him, we'll make sure the American people understand why he has no one but himself to blame for his complete lack of credibility".

The website, lyincomey.com, is strewn with quotes from prominent Democrats bashing Comey after his July 5, 2016 statement on the FBI's investigation into then-presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's emails, punctuated by black and white photos of the former FBI director looking shifty. He later said he was planning to fire him all along.


"Comey is now set to make millions of dollars off this impending book tour all while trashing the President the whole way", said Sean. The dismissal led Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein to appoint Special Counsel Robert Mueller to oversee the probe.

The RNC plan, which was approved by the White House, attempts to portray Comey as a man simply out for himself.

Comey's firing by Trump has brought a host of issues for the president since a year ago.

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