Recent news reports–though these days one should probably specify the hour of the breaking news one is referring to–have suggested that still-President Donald J. Trump made now-former FBI Director James Comey extremely uncomfortable with his overt gestures of flattery and comradery during Trump’s early weeks in office, seemingly in an effort to get Comey to drop the FBI’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 Presidential election and possible ties between Russian agents and the Trump campaign, specifically regarding former General Michael Flynn.
It seems Trump’s unwanted advances have no gender restriction.
This comports with past reports that while out to dinner at one of Trump’s many (what we can only imagine are classless and tacky) restaurants, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie was forced by Trump to order the meatloaf.
Apparently Trump’s accusers are “too ugly” to be subject to Trump’s grotesque, let’s call them, “affections,” but Comey and the ever-beautiful Chris Christie are not. Interesting.
On one occasion Trump asked Comey over to the White House for what became an awkward dinner where Trump asked everyone to leave the room. While, by all reports, Trump refrained from grabbing Comey by the “penis,” leaks have suggested that Trump put his hand on Comey’s leg, leaned in so Comey could feel on his neck the delicious mixture of hot dogs and two scoops of ice cream-scented breath wafting out of Trump’s gaping noise hole, while Trump suggested that Comey drop the investigation into Trump’s other boyfriend, the aforementioned Michael Flynn.
On another occasion, Trump called Comey while he was pooping to tell him that he had just taken the “most terrific” “biggest” shit ever by any President ever–and that over a million people were there to watch it happen. Trump continued to suggest that the previous record holder, Richard Nixon, had over 200,000 illegal immigrants who watched him take his, so it didn’t really count.
Finally, we have the above-pictured handshake turned awkward one-sided hug, which Comey told friends made him feel “disgusted.”
All we can say is that Comey probably understands how all those women who have accused Trump of sexual harassment and assault feel. Or so he probably thinks.
It really is so difficult being a man in power these days–never mind being President or the director of the investigative arm of the authoritarian-corporate US state.
Poor guys. Our “heart” goes out to them both.