Here are 10 of the most outrageous things fired FBI Director James Comey says in his new anti-Trump book

During his interview on ABC Sunday night with George Stephanopoulos, a former Clinton administration official and current Hillary sycophant, fired FBI Director James Comey brought further disgrace upon himself and, by default, the agency he once led.

The interview, which was filled with softball questions and lines of inquiry that were not at all aimed at fleshing out Comey’s role in the Obama-era assault against duly-elected President Donald J. Trump, offered the former FBI director a free, unchallenged forum to make unsubstantiated claims and level personal attacks.

But that’s just the ABC interview. A deep dive into his book, in which some press outlets received an advance copy, reveals additional outrageous claims. 

As noted by Lifezette, here are 10 of them:

1. Regarding the so-called Trump loyalty dinner on Jan. 17, 2017, Comey writes, as Axios reported: “He said lots of people wanted to be director of the FBI, but that he thought very highly of me. He said he had heard great things about me and knew the people of the FBI thought very highly of me as well.”

2. “He said despite that, he would understand if I wanted to ‘walk away’ given all I had been through, although then he noted that that would be bad for me personally because it would look like I had done something wrong.”

3. “He finished by saying that he knew he could ‘make a change at FBI’ if he wanted to, but that he wanted to know what I thought.”

4. “Now it was pretty clear to me what was happening. The setup of the dinner, both the physical layout of a private meal and Trump’s pretense that he had not already asked me to stay on multiple occasions, convinced me this was an effort to establish a patronage relationship.”

5. “Somebody probably had told him, or maybe it just occurred to him at random, that he’d ‘given’ me the job for ‘free’ and that he needed to get something in return.”

6. “This only added to the strangeness of the experience. The president of the United States had invited me to dinner and decided my job security was on the menu,” according to the Axios excerpts. (Related: Critics say Comey’s Trump-related memos he used for his book were CLASSIFIED and he should be PROSECUTED for mishandling them.)

7. Comey also makes some petty observations about the president as well. “His face appeared slightly orange with bright white half-moons under his eyes where I assumed he placed small tanning goggles, and impressively coifed, bright blond hair, which upon close inspection looked to be all his … As he extended his hand, I made a mental note to check its size. It was smaller than mine, but did not seem unusually so.”

8. He then makes this inexplicable observation: “I stared at the soft white pouches under his expressionless blue eyes. I remember thinking in that moment that the president doesn’t understand the FBI’s role in American life.”

9. Comey further claims, in an attempt to burnish is ‘honorability,’ that John Kelly, who is White House chief of staff, told him “he was sick about my firing [in May 2017] and that he intended to quit in protest. He said he didn’t want to work for dishonorable people who would treat someone like me in such a manner. I urged Kelly not to do that, arguing that the country needed principled people around this president. Especially this president.”

10. Comey also writes: “We are experiencing a dangerous time in our country, with a political environment where basic facts are disputed, fundamental truth is questioned, lying is normalized and unethical behavior is ignored, excused or rewarded” (much of which is due, in large part, to Comey’s own actions).

The Pravda media attacked Comey relentlessly when he was investigating Hillary. Now they will use him — for the time being — as the latest attempt to bring down our president.

And he will let them because he has “a higher loyalty” to his wallet than the agency he once led.

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J.D. Heyes is editor of The National Sentinel and a senior writer for Natural News and News Target.

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