James Comey’s memos from secret meetings with Trump about Russia just leaked to the press


Fox News just took a running leap toward being the official state-sponsored pro-Trump media outlet it has gradually grown into over the last year.

Barely an hour after the Department of Justice (DOJ) released redacted excerpts of James Comey’s memos to Congress, news about the contents started popping up all over the internet from one specific source – Fox News.

At approximately 8:00 PM EST, Congressional correspondent for the network Chad Pergram tweeted that his home network learned Congress was officially in possession of the memos:

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That tweet should have been the end of the story, considering that most major news outlets, including the stalwart journalists at the Associated Press, mentioned they were in possession of but not presently ready to discuss the memos.

Pergram, however,  kept tweeting.


The time stamp on his first tweet is 5:03 PM EST. The second tweet was posted a mere thirty minutes later at 5:33 PM EST, with a direct quote from Comey himself.

“In a memo from 1/7/17 sent to CapHill, Comey says Trump asked him if he ‘hoped I planned to stay on. I assures him I intended to stay. He said good.'”

That’s the kind of private detail Sarah Huckabee Sanders would call a “leak.”

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Minutes later, Pergram tweeted again, this time alluding to the infamous Steele Dossier, or less formally, the “pee tape” dossier.

According to Pergram’s account of the memo, Comey told Trump the Russians “allegedly had tapes involving him and prostitutes.” Comey said Trump replied “there were no prostitutes; there were never prostitutes.” This particular admission corroborates conversations Comey claims he had with Trump in his book, “A Higher Loyalty: Truth, Lies, and Leadership.”


However, a later memo details how the President discussed prostitutes with Russian president Vladimir Putin and how attractive they were – a very telling admission for someone who claims that the infamous “pee tape” incident never happened.

The sworn testimony of his own bodyguard, Kurt Schiller, reveals that when he and Trump were in Moscow for the 2013 Miss Universe pageant, a Russian businessman offered to send Donald Trump “five women” to his hotel room at the Ritz-Carlton in Moscow – but he quickly insisted that Trump had “refused” because he “doesn’t do that stuff,” later adding that the rumor was “bulls**t.”

Trump’s long history of philandering and consorting with sex workers begs to differ.

Pergram continued with several other tweets, two of which are of particular interest. The first details a “stripper” who, among other women, “falsely accused [Trump] of grabbing them or touching them,” which could easily be either Stephanie “Stormy Daniels” Clifford or former Playmate Karen McDougal – or yet another one of the endless list of Trump’s sexual assault victims.

Comey apparently felt as though Trump was “defending himself.”

The next tweet undermines almost everything Sarah Huckabee Sanders has ever said from her podium. Comey described a dinner with Trump at the White House which was “chaotic,” like a “jig-saw puzzle” where pieces were constantly rearranged, discarded, and brought back to use.

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The truth seems closer now than ever before.

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Salvatore Nicholas

Salvatore is a producer, political writer, comedian and LGBTQ activist (in no particular order). He resides in Los Angeles with his two cats and encyclopedic knowledge of Britney's discography.