"One of the most important books of the year."
Former FBI special agent Josh Campbell gives readers an unprecedented look behind the scenes of the Russia investigation—code name: Crossfire Hurricane—with his firsthand knowledge and keen reporting.
He reveals fresh details about this tumultuous period; explains how the FBI goes about its work and its historic independence from partisan forces; and describes the increasing dismay inside the bureau as the president and his allies escalate their attacks on the agency.
"No turning back now,"FBI director James Comey told me with a half-smile, a nod to the unprecedented meeting that awaited him . . .
For Comey, it was now time to meet the new boss . . .
It was January 6, 2017, two weeks before Donald J. Trump would take the oath of office and assume the role of commander in chief, responsible for protecting the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic. Comey had flown to New York to join his counterparts in the national security community to brief the president-elect and his transition team on their findings on actions the Kremlin had taken to interfere in the 2016 US presidential election.
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