A new book by former FBI director James Comey, A Higher Loyalty: Truth, Lies, And Leadership, promises to offer an inside look at his time in federal law enforcement, as well as his controversial role in the 2016 presidential election. Here are the biggest revelations from Comey’s autobiography.
Believes Donald Trump may have acted inappropriately at certain points during his presidency.
Five fucking chapters about his childhood and adolescence.
Sees Hillary Clinton reflected back in his mirror for a split second every night while brushing his teeth.
His FBI code name was “James Comey.”
Fears the 2016 presidential election distracted the FBI from its real work of spying on Muslim Americans.
Thinks that, while it may not have been quite as commercially successful as Purple, No. 4 is still the superior Stone Temple Pilots album.
Beef broth is the key to the FBI’s famous four-alarm chili recipe.
Still to this day records every private conversation, just in case.
All the juicy details you’d expect from someone who worked for U.S district judge John M. Walker Jr. as a law clerk in 1985.
Did not do anything wrong during the 2016 presidential election.