On the 140th day of the Trump presidency — one for each allotted character on the executive Twitter feed that stayed conspicuously silent all Thursday morning — a very tall man with a very strange place in this very bewildering moment in American history strolled into Hart Senate Office Building 216, shot a quick glance at the masses arrayed behind him and presented a seen-it-all city with something unusual. In a capital accustomed to overcooked spectacle and insufferable congressional testimony, James B. Comey delivered on the hype. For about two and a half ...
Comey: Hero, villain and Shakespearean character who lived up to hype
Former FBI director, was sworn in at the start of his testimony before Senate Intelligence Committee
Matt Flegenheimer | NYT Last Updated at June 9, 2017 10:54 IST