Comey Book Prompts Scathing Twitter Storm From President

Are you ready to RUMMMMMBBBBBBBBBLLLLLLE?

Yeah, seriously, are we the people ready? Are we ready for the book of the year, supposedly, to be released next week? The one where former, and fired, Director of the FBI James Comey tells all and lays into President Trump? Are you?

Well, one person who is at least making pre-emptive strikes on the content is President Trump himself. On Friday morning he lobbed one hard-hitting tweet at Comey after another.

Seriously, INCOMING!

WHOA NELLIE!

At this point, when no one other than those with advanced copies has actually read the tome, the eager anticipation of Donald Trump being raked over the coals by Jim Comey, an honorable man according to the swamp dwellers, is beginning to build to fever pitch. There are many snowflakes and moonbats just waiting to make Jim Comey a wealthy man by buying his book and learning all the dirt.

There’s just one problem. According Fox News’s Gregg Jarrett, there’s not much in it that actually is based in fact.

He stole documents? So then, is Comey really allowed to write stuff like this?

Oops.

That doesn’t change the narrative that the never-Trump mainstream media is pushing with salacious details that really belong in supermarket tabloids.

Comey’s book “A Higher Loyalty,” of copy of which CNN obtained, details his conversations with the President, compares Trump to a mob boss, and slams the “forest fire that is the Trump presidency.”

Comey testified in June that he gave some of his memos of conversations he had with Trump to a Columbia University professor and that he had written the memos specifically to avoid including classified information.

The narrative also includes the notion that Comey’s character is being assassinated by some quarters in the swamp. (He actually offered it himself)

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