COMEY CASHES IN: Disgraced FBI Boss's New Book OUTSELLING Clinton, Wolff

COMEY CASHES IN: Disgraced FBI Boss's New Book OUTSELLING Clinton, Wolff

COMEY CASHES IN: Disgraced FBI Boss's New Book OUTSELLING Clinton, Wolff

But the success of both books speaks to a hunger for insider accounts of President Trump's time in office.

One student asked Comey if he has a nickname for Trump.

There's been a lot of heated remarks between Comey and President Donald Trump since last May, when Comey was sacked.

Since his firing, Comey and Trump have clashed publicly and the ex-FBI director has released a tell-all book about his relationship with the president, who he has accused of acting like a mafia boss and being "morally unfit" to lead the country.

He added, "What I hope they'll do is ask themselves, Republicans, 'so what will I tell my grandchildren when they ask me, x so what did you do?"

He wrote: 'He [Trump] said he had spoken to people who had been on the Miss Universe trip with him and they had reminded him that he didn't stay overnight in Russian Federation for that. "I never saw President Trump laugh even in an nearly hour-and-a-half hour long private dinner", he said.

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The former Federal Bureau of Investigation director made national headlines last week after his public attacks against President Trump; calling the Commander-in-Chief a "mob boss" acting as the head of an organized crime family. And yes, I take him seriously.

But Comey argued that the "concern is not unconventional leadership", but maintains that the way the President threatens United States values.

He recounted his recent media blitz in support of the book, saying the only interviews that had him nervous were on "The View" and "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert", Comey said, "because my wife cared about "The View" and my kids cared about Colbert".

"Where is that commitment to character and values?" said Comey, who is no longer a Republican.

"There was a boy that the group found irritating, and I participated in picking on him", Comey said. Some things I watched. Now, though, the lawmaker just looks back at that remark and laughs. "And I'm, 40 years later, ashamed of myself, and it taught me a lot about myself and about people in groups".

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