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Trump vs. Comey is 'he said, he said' scenarioFor most of his life, Donald Trump has found words to be his friends. Trump has used words extravagantly and cleverly to serve his ambition.On the one side, you have James Comey, a distinguished civil servant with a history of speaking truth to power.Every one of these claims is categorically false, and yet Trump has never retracted one of them.That's not really how Trump thinks of words.Never mind that the phrase was actually coined a century ago, has been used countless times since, and was in fact used by Trump repeatedly in the past year.It would be the ultimate irony if Donald Trump now faces a crisis in which his lifelong strength turns into a fatal weakness.
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