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The president, will have his say, either immediately or one day, but he has a different recollection. And again, it's very simple. If that is exactly how Jim Comey felt at the time, then he should have acted at the time. Mr. Comey, has a revisionist view of history and seems like a disgruntled ex-employee.
After all, he was fired, it's not as if he came to the conclusions that are in his book. While he was on the job as FBI director in the presence of the company of the President and said, I just must resign, I can't deal with this anymore. I must resign.
I would know also that he does what a lot of people do these days which is, take unnecessary, immature pot shots at the president's appearance. And I suppose that's a good way to sell a book, but it's no way to comport oneself after you're trying to prove that you have this quote higher loyalty and that you've bee, a noble public servant of many decades.
Why do that?