Comey: Getting Wedgies as a Kid Prepared Me for President Trump
Leaker and liar James Comey is launching his much anticipated self-aggrandizing memoir this weekend.
The fired FBI director is making the rounds on the talk shows and his fiction novel will no doubt be the talk of liberal pundits all weekend.
The former FBI chief says getting wedgies as a kid prepared him for President Trump.
Comey is in legal trouble for leaking classified documents to the press and for lying to Congress.
Decades before former FBI Director James Comey says he faced the mob boss-like tactics of President Trump, the fired lawman got an early lesson in bullies growing up in Allendale, he writes.
In Comey’s book, “A Higher Loyalty,” the 1978 Northern Highlands Regional High School graduate describes suffering through body-shaming, wedgies and getting shoved into lockers, according to the Washington Post, which obtained an advance copy of the already best-seller.
Comey, who says Trump demanded a loyalty pledge, links lessons from his upbringing in Bergen County to his public clash with the president. Trump ultimately canned Comey amid the investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election.
“Surviving a bully requires constant learning and adaptation. Which is why bullies are so powerful, because it’s so much easier to be a follower, to go with the crowd, to just blend in,” Comey writes.