- In his first major TV interview since being fired as FBI director, James Comey slammed President Donald Trump as a serial liar who tells “baffling, unnecessary” falsehoods.
- Comey said: “Sometimes he’s lying in ways that are obvious, sometimes he’s saying things that we may not know are true or false and then there’s a spectrum in between.”
- Comey is on a public-relations tour in support of his new book, “A Higher Loyalty: Truth, Lies, and Leadership,” which is due out on April 17.
Former FBI director James Comey slammed President Donald Trump as a serial liar who tells “baffling, unnecessary” falsehoods. Comey made those comments during an ABC News interview that aired Sunday, his first major TV interview since being fired in May last year.
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