Ali Soufan Quoted in The New York Times: What’s Next for James Comey? Probably not ‘a Normal Job’
May 15, 2017
The New York Times
By: Matthew Goldstein and Alexandra Stevenson
Few can boast of a résumé like James B. Comey’s: top federal prosecutor, chief lawyer for both the world’s largest defense contractor and the world’s biggest hedge fund, and most recently director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
There’s just one problem: He was fired by President Trump, who has called him a “showboat” and a “grandstander …”
If Mr. Comey writes a book, he will not be the first F.B.I. director to do so.
One issue for Mr. Comey may be how much he can discuss the F.B.I.’s investigation into the private email server maintained by Hillary Clinton as well as his decision to send a letter to Congress about the investigation days before the election …
Former F.B.I. employees must have their books reviewed by the bureau for classified information.
“It was straightforward,” Ali H Soufan, a former F.B.I. agent who has written two books, one that was published in 2011 and another last month, said of the process. “It wasn’t complicated. On the director level, you usually don’t have a problem.”
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