James Comey's book is outselling Hillary Clinton's and Michael Wolff's - combined

James Comey's book is outselling Hillary Clinton's and Michael Wolff's - combined

James Comey's book is outselling Hillary Clinton's and Michael Wolff's - combined

A Higher Loyalty: Truth, Lies, and Leadership, released on April 17, will land at No. 1. The book's publishing company announced Tuesday that sales topped 600,000 copies in its opening week.

Hillary' Clinton's memoir, "What Happened?", sold 300,000 copies in its first week, the New York Times reported.

Department of Justice fired and disgraced FBI Director Comey made claims of "some evidence of obstruction of justice" by President Donald Trump's actions and speculated that Russians might have dirt on the president (while Trump is bombing Russian child-gassing proxies in Syria, the same Syria given to the Russians as a gift by Barack Obama and his phony red lines). Though Comey's book seems to be in the lead now, this is likely because Flatiron Books-his publisher-was more prepared for its success.

That night, according to the "New York Times", Mr Trump flew to Moscow on a Bombardier Global 5000 private jet owned by American businessman Phil Ruffin.

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Trump has blasted Comey with a series of tweets attacking the former Federal Bureau of Investigation chief as a "slimeball" and "slippery" and claiming that he "hardly knew this guy".

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"Fire and Fury" would have sold a greater number of copies in its first week, but the publisher underestimated demand and did not have enough copies ready for sale.

"Fire and Fury", the explosive tell-all by journalist Michael Wolff, which also focuses on Trump, had a stronger start in January, with over one million copies sold in its first week, according to his publisher. Its first week sales, which include pre-orders, well exceed those of "Fire and Fury". It quickly caught up, and more than two million copies have now been sold.

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