James Comey (@Comey )

James Comey

Bio Former FBI Director, current husband and father, writing and speaking about ethical leadership, taller and funnier in person.
Tweets 170
Followers 1,2M
Following 24
Account created 08-02-2014 22:52:48
ID 2334193741

iPhone : The president claiming the FBI’s investigation was “TREASON“ reminds me that a Russian once said, “A lie told often enough becomes the truth.” That shouldn’t happen in America. Who will stand up?

iPhone : The AG should stop sliming his own Department. If there are bad facts, show us, or search for them professionally and then tell us what you found. An AG must act like the leader of the Department of Justice, an organization based on truth. Donald Trump has enough spokespeople.

iPhone : Sat down with the great Chuck Rosenberg for his new podcast. Jim Comey: Mobsters and Monsters | MSNBC msnbc.com/msnbc/jim-come…

iPhone : But could you imagine a president who used this website to make dad jokes rather than to hurl insults? Happy #AprilFools.
#VoteDem2020

iPhone : NBC News exclusive: James Comey gives first interview since Mueller completed report nbcnews.com/nightly-news/v…

iPhone : “The fact that even James Comey can be optimistic makes me optimistic.” - William and Mary’s The Flat Hat quoting a student after I spoke on campus about my faith that the core values of this country will prevail.

iPhone : “It is easy to hate and it is difficult to love. This is how the whole scheme of things works. All good things are difficult to achieve; and bad things are very easy to get.” — Confucius

iPhone : Republican senators, who are sacrificing core principles, are likely telling themselves: “The country needs me; I have to do this or I will lose in a primary.” No, the country needs you to have enough integrity to risk losing your job for what is right.

iPhone : "The further a society drifts from truth, the more it will hate those that speak it" - George Orwell. Never forget why our Founders based this country on freedom of the press. We cannot become numb to a President who attacks the truth, the press, and our values.

iPhone : “Every time you assault and stereotype a person, you’ve ripped the social fabric. Every time you see that person deeply and make him or her feel known, you’ve woven it.” David Brooks (2/18 NY Times) is right that we all need to be weavers if we are to heal our beloved country.