Is Comey's Buddy Hinting At Another Bombshell Story Coming?

Former FBI Director James Comey, who has admitted to quite a few things such as leaking intel, may have something big on the horizon. Whether that's good or bad, time will tell. In the mean time a longtime friend of his has posted some ominous messages on Twitter which many are taking to mean something big is about to come out into the open.

As written for Daily Caller by Chuck Ross:

A longtime friend of James Comey is teasing what could be a bombshell story about the former FBI director and his interactions with President Trump.

Benjamin Wittes, a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution, posted an ominous message on Twitter on Friday: “TICK TICK TICK TICK TICK TICK.”

The lawyer, who blogs at Lawfare, has posted similar messages in the past just before major stories in the ongoing Trump-Comey saga hit The New York Times.

Wittes wrote on Twitter that the upcoming story could be published later Friday or on Monday. The heads-up comes a day after Trump revealed that he was bluffing last month when he suggested that he had recorded his conversations with Comey.

The piece cited a memo that Comey filed just after a Feb. 14 meeting he had with Trump at the White House. In the meeting, Comey claimed that Trump asked him to back off of an investigation into Michael Flynn, the retired lieutenant general who Trump had fired as national security adviser the previous day.

Wittes was not the source of the memo. Columbia law school professor Daniel Richman, another friend of Comey’s, shared the document with The Times after being provided a copy by the former FBI chief.

Richman has since given the memos to the FBI.

With Ominous Tweet, Comey Pal Suggests Bombshell Story Is Soon To Drop

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