Trump bashes Comey as 'slippery' ahead of book release

In several tweets Sunday morning, President Donald Trump mentioned the recent military strikes he ordered in Syria - and obsessed over former FBI Director James Comey. I scarcely even realized that particular guy.

ABC's full interview with Comey and Stephanopoulos will air on Sunday evening.

Trump also tweeted that Comey's mishandling of the Clinton email probe deserves "jail" time and called him a "slimeball".

In the book, Mr Comey compares Mr Trump to a mafia don and calls his leadership of the country "ego driven and about personal loyalty".

And he then tweeted: "Slippery James Comey, a man who always ends up badly and out of whack (he is not smart!), will go down as the WORST FBI Director in history, by far!"

Still, despite all the Comey craziness, the president's approval ratings have been slowly ticking upward for weeks.

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Second, he questions Comey's integrity, calling the memos Comey relies on to make his claims about Trump's decision to fire him, "phony". But he says he believes he did the right thing by going before the cameras and making his statement, noting that the Justice Department had done so in other high-profile cases.

The Washington Post has a thorough rundown of the many mistruths and unproven assertions Trump packed in to just seven fewer-than-280-character bursts. Excerpts of the book have been released, and in it Comey paints Trump as someone who is "unethical, and untethered to truth and institutional values".

Mrs Clinton blames his decision to reopen the email probe 11 days before the 2016 election for her surprise defeat.

In the interview excerpt released Saturday, Comey said he did not remember "consciously thinking" about the election results as he made a decision to disclose that the FBI had reopened its investigation into candidate Clinton's email use. "His memos are self serving and FAKE!" he said.

Comey finally broke the silence on the salacious allegations from a dossier which stated that Russian authorities recorded US President Donald Trump watching prostitutes urinate in a hotel suite in Moscow in 2013. Lynch accepted Comey's recommendation not to charge Clinton.

Trump on Sunday revived the tarmac conspiracy, asking what happened between "Wild Bill" and Lynch. Comey writes that "my concern about making her an illegitimate president by concealing the restarted investigation bore greater weight than it would have if the election appeared closer or if Donald Trump were ahead in all polls".

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