Former FBI Director James Comey is poised to kick off a massive media blitz this weekend as he begins a highly anticipated tour for his new book, “A Higher Loyalty: Truth, Lies, and Leadership.” But the former Trump administration official, whose ouster remains shrouded in intrigue, began nabbing headlines on Thursday as portions of his book were released to news outlets. –Politico
In his book, Comey mentions how Trump asked him to look into the fake DNC funded Steele dossier that accused him of partaking in “golden showers” and other sexual acts with Russian hookers.
Comey writes out of concern for his wife, Melania, adding that it bothered him if there was ‘even a 1 percent chance’ his wife, Melania, thought it was true,” Comey reportedly writes in “A Higher Loyalty.”
Comey also writes about his sham of an investigation into the Hillary Clinton email scandal, and about President Trump, who Comey attempts to paint as a “mob boss” in his new book.
Does Comey mention anything in his book about how he lied under oath and committed a felony?
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Less than 3 months ago, Jay Sekulow appeared on Sean Hannity’s Fox News show to discuss the “missing” 5 months of text messages between Peter Strzok and Lisa Page.
Jim Hoft of Gateway Pundit reported that the FBI released 50,000 text messages between the two Trump bashers but deleted thousands of text messages during a five month period from December 2016 to May 2017.
The FBI said they lost them.
Jay Sekulow argued that the latest batch of emails prove former FBI Director James Comey lied under oath and committed a felony.
Sekulow explained how Comey lied under oath: “Let me give you this, though. James Comey’s testimony under oath. Congressman Ratcliffe asked this question, ‘Did you make the decision not to recommend criminal charges relating to classified information before or after Hillary Clinton was interviewed by the FBI in July 2nd?’ Director Comey, ‘After.’ That’s a false statement. That’s a felony.”