This is exactly the reason Comey has been so carefully selective about who he uses to flog his book.
He wants the people who get excited about the tabloid fluff, not the embarrassing hard questions that made him persona non grata among both political parties back in late 2016.
Now that he’s a blunt instrument the press can use against Trump, they suddenly love him again.
Just don’t ask any tough questions, and everything will be fine. Right?
Sure. That was easy to accomplish in a day before everyone walked around with a video camera in their pocket. These days, everyone is a citizen-journalist.
And for someone carefully curating his newly-rehabilitated PR image — like Comey — that’s bad news. Especially when it goes like this:
How is it ethical for you to brief President Trump on the Dossier, and to not mention that his political opposition, Hillary Clinton paid for that.
She was thrown out, of course.
That’s so much easier than answering hard questions.
He does, after all, have his stated commitment to that higher royalty, right?
Some questions just don’t deserve an answer when you’re playing a political game, and you’re getting help from political allies in the Media.
Here’s a shirt for real men (and women, too):
Why be average? It’s so overrated.
Everyone does that.
If you don’t think so, add some more meat to your diet and read this while you wait for your steak to grill:
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