James Comey has a book coming out and an accompanying "media blitz" starting Sunday-and the Republican National Committee, in turn, has its own plan to discredit the fired former Federal Bureau of Investigation director, according to CNN and ABC News, which have obtained copies of talking points the RNC prepared to distribute to "surrogates and allies" of President Trump.
Comey's book, "A Higher Loyalty", will be released Thursday and is expected to give some insight into his fraught relationship with Trump in the months leading up to his May 2017 firing. "It was smaller than mine, but did not seem unusually so", he continued. The White House signed off on the plan, which is being overseen by the Republican National Committee.
Doug Heye, a former RNC communications director, said the Republican effort shows Comey's publicity tour is "going to dominate news coverage".
The president replied that he "might be right" - but kept asking him to consider the idea, and said he would as well, according to Comey.
Comey testified on June 7, 2017, he told Trump on at least two occasions he was not under investigation in the Russian Federation probe.
In recent weeks, Trump has continued to attack Comey on Twitter, and Comey has suggested he will have his say through his book.
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"Not how my house normally looks, " Comey wrote.
The "Lyin' Comey" website also portrays him as a politically motivated Washington insider. The talking points call Comey's credibility into question by focusing on what the RNC calls his "long history of misstatements and misconduct".
Following Sunday's interview, Comey has numerous other bookings, including news programs as well as appearances with CBS late-night host Stephen Colbert and the hosts of "The View". "Badly overstepped his bounds, " Clinton is quoted as saying of Comey.
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The political contradictions surrounding Comey are underscored by how such a central part of the Republican plan is built around reminding Americans of how Democrats had disdain for him, particularly those from the Clinton campaign.
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