TRUMP TRIED TO WOO COMEY, WHO TRIED TO 'TRAIN' PRESIDENT TO USE PROPER CHANNELS: FORMER FBI DIRECTOR'S FRIEND

President Donald Trump repeatedly tried to woo former FBI Director James Comey through phone calls, private sit-downs and even a hug, according to a published account of their relationship by a Comey friend. Benjamn Wittes, who runs a blog called Lawfare and describes himself as a Comey confidant, shared an extensive readout on his site Thursday of what he says Comey told him about his relationship with Trump. Wittes describes Comey as bothered b...

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