Comey: John Kelly called Trump "dishonorable" for firing me

Aaron Brown
April 13, 2018

Kelly "said he didn't want to work for dishonorable people", referring specifically to President Donald Trump, who appeared to be upset at the FBI's persistent investigation into his campaign's possible collusion with Russian officials...

ABC calls the RNC's plan "aggressive" and CNN calls it "extensive", noting that the RNC is also setting up a war room to track Comey's media appearances and respond in real time.

CNN reported on Thursday that the White House has approved the website, whose domain name was registered 15 days ago.

After Comey's firing in May, the White House initially said it was because of the way he handled the FBI's investigation into Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server to conduct government business while she was secretary of state.

The interview is considered the launch of Comey's book tour, a memoir - called "A Higher Loyalty" - set for release Tuesday.

But it will come along with scorching criticism from both Trump's allies and his enemies.

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And any decent branding effort, in 2018, has to involve a website, doesn't it?

Mr Comey has been a vocal critic of Mr Trump since he was sacked by the United States president in May and the intelligence chief's explosive memoir has been heavily trailed by USA media.

Comey also claimed in Senate testimony that he was defamed by the administration over their justification of his termination.

'How odd is it for you to sit here and compare the president to a mob boss, ' Stephanopoulos asks, ' against a soundtrack of tense violin music.

A preview of Comey's first of a series of interviews with ABCNews foreshadowed his characterization of Trump as a "mob boss".

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