Comey Says Trump Is Like a 'Mob Boss' in Upcoming Interview

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The site features various rebuttals of anticipated Comey attacks - including the RNC's apparent belief that Comey will assert Trump obstructed the Russian Federation probe.

The Republican party is bracing for a week of headlines dominated by Mr Comey and has set up a counter-offensive in the form of a website called "Lyin' Comey" which brands the former Federal Bureau of Investigation chief as a discredited, partisan official. He reportedly saw news of his firing on televisions playing in the room and at first thought it was a prank.

Comey's book has already earned him bestselling author status, with pre-orders of the book helping the memoir soar to the top of Amazon's bestseller list a month before its release.

Clinton has blamed Comey's decision, along with dozens of other factors, for her devastating loss to Donald Trump.

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But it will come along with scorching criticism from both Trump's allies and his enemies. Bernie Sanders saying Comey "acted in an outrageous way" and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi concluding that 'maybe he's not in the right job'. The result was the probe led by Robert Mueller.

Stephanopoulos also brought up Comey's critics who wanted him to put Hillary Clinton before a grand jury, as well as asking him whether Trump "was obstructing justice" and if the president should be impeached. The talking points call Comey's credibility into question by focusing on what the RNC calls his "long history of misstatements and misconduct".

In an interview with ABC News' George Stephanoplous airing on Sunday, Stephanopoulos suggests that Comey compared Mr. Trump to a "mob boss".

'How unusual is it for you to sit here and compare the president to a mob boss, ' Stephanopoulos asks, ' against a soundtrack of tense violin music.