‘Comey’s publisher should declare ‘Mission Accomplished’: Trump roasted for promoting book with crazed attacks
President Donald Trump on Sunday continued to attack former FBI Director James Comey with a series of tweets aimed at undercutting the credibility of his upcoming book, “A Higher Loyalty.”
Among other things, Trump called Comey a “slimeball” who should go to “jail” and who wrote “FAKE” memos aimed at smeared the president.
However, the president’s tweets also had the unintended consequence of promoting Comey’s book, which has already rocketed up the charts on Amazon’s bestseller list despite the fact that it doesn’t officially release until Tuesday.
Many Twitter users noted the irony of Trump helping his former FBI director sell more books — check out some of the reactions below.
Comey’s book publisher is the one who should be declaring “Mission Accomplished” https://t.co/hfrc0AfIoV
— Carlos Lozada (@CarlosLozadaWP) April 15, 2018
Area president has locked himself into the powder room and is tweeting to the delight of area publisher.
— Hend Amry (@LibyaLiberty) April 15, 2018
I wonder if Stormy Daniels will get this many tweets when her book comes out? My guess…probably not a single one.
— Greg Shugar (@GregShugar) April 15, 2018
James Comey’s book publisher must be so happy this morning.
— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) April 15, 2018
Is Comey's publisher sending you a cut? Every tweet on this is making him sooooooo much money
— John McFerrin (@tarkus1980) April 15, 2018
That sound was Comey's book publisher asking for another million in print.
Hey Dumbfella trump, of course you asked him for his loyalty. The fact that you were too arrogant and stupid to realize professional law enforcement take notes is your problem – stop your whining.
— BornABadass (@BornABadass2) April 15, 2018
All you know how to do is lie. Sad! pic.twitter.com/Dzc3SIuIdB
— Exploration X (@shafdog87) April 15, 2018
If your Twitter meltdown last longer than 4 hours, please call your doctor.
— Fred G. Sanford (@uglyauntesther) April 15, 2018
— Annika J (@AnnikaJ123) April 15, 2018