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30 of The Best Podcast Episodes for James Comey. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about James Comey, often where they are interviewed.

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30 of The Best Podcast Episodes for James Comey. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about James Comey, often where they are interviewed.

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Pardoning Trump would let Biden move on with presidency, says former FBI director James Comey

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If U.S. President Donald Trump were to face a criminal prosecution after he leaves office, new President Joe Biden should consider offering him a pardon, says former FBI director James Comey. He tells Matt Galloway that it would remove Trump from the spotlight and allow Biden to get on with the task ahead.

This conversation is a digital exclusive extended version of the Jan. 15 broadcast, which was edited due to time constraints.
Jan 15 2021 · 29mins
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James Comey - The Essence of Leadership (Ep. 8)

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As Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation from 2013-2017, James Comey’s mettle has been tested time and time again throughout a career committed first and foremost to serving his country. During his time at the Department of Justice, Comey confronted new threats against Americans at home and abroad, prosecuting terrorists and leading the country’s confrontation of domestic terrorism.

Part of prioritizing the interests of the country he swore to serve above all else meant confronting another challenge head on: a crisis of leadership within the FBI. In this episode, he discusses the very essence of leadership with host Gary Heil in candid, open, and honest conversation.

Critical takeaways include:

  • Why the evaluation of promotion of leaders must start with a focus on values.
  • The integral combination of meaningful work and meaningful relationships.
  • What humor and humility have to do with leading effectively.
  • Why doubt must be a part of the decision making process from the very start until after a decision is made.
  • Why diversity and inclusion tactics so often fail - and how there’s a better way to create change in this mission-critical area.

Learn more about our speakers:

Gary Heil: https://www.wsb.com/speakers/gary-heil/

James Comey: https://www.wsb.com/speakers/james-comey/

About the series:

Presented weekly, Leadership Lessons from the Fast Lane explores some of the most pressing challenges that leaders of today face, with the world’s most respected, creative, and successful thought leaders.

Visit our website: https://www.wsb.com/

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Dec 11 2020 · 46mins

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Guest, Billy Ray, is an award winning director and writer who has brought (among others) THE HUNGER GAMES, CAPTAIN PHILLIPS, RICHARD JEWELL and SHATTERED GLASS to the screen.

Billy's latest chronicles the narrative and controversy around former FBI Director James Comey and his, ulitrmately doomed, relationship with Donald Trump.

The two part television event, THE COMEY RULE, airs on Showtime and VOD.

The show begins with political correspondent, Michael Shure, surveying the Presidential race and the current political landscape.

Reach the show at edgewithmarkthompson@gmail.com

00-01:15  Mark welcom

1:15-15:30 Michael Shure politics

15:30-1:01:00  Director/Writer Billy Ray

Oct 24 2020 · 1hr 1min
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Dismissal of James Comey pt. 2

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A true crime podcast were we go over and discuss various crimes and criminals throughout human history. 

Today we discuss part 2 of the story of the dismissal of James Comey. 

Articles used  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dismissal_of_James_Comey

Hosted by Nathaniel Avila and Jessica Vega

Oct 18 2020 · 1hr
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9/30/20 - James Comey Testifies, Sam Sorbo, President Trump & Vice President Biden Debate

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- Former FBI Director James Comey Testifies on Capitol Hill About "New Evidence" in the Agency's Investigation Regarding Russian Collusion in the Last Presidential Election

- SAM SORBO: "How to Teach from Love When Homeschooling Your Kids"

- PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE RECAP: Do You Believe There was a Clear 'Winner' in Last Night's Presidential Debate?
Oct 01 2020 · 1hr 48mins
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#60: ObamaGate The Movie Star John James Of 'Dynasty' Joins Us To Talk About His Role As James Comey!

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It’s been a crazy week and we’ve been overwhelmed by the support ObamaGate The Movie has received so far.  We’re already 30% to our goal to raise $150,000 to fund the movie!

On this week’s Ann & Phelim Scoop podcast we are joined by John James whose 80’s hit show Dynasty took the world by storm.  John joins us on today’s show to explain why he joined our mission to help expose the Deep State by playing James Comey in ObamaGate The Movie!

John recently joined Dean Cain and Kristy Swanson - who are reprising their roles as Peter Strzok and Lisa Page. Tune in to today’s show and you'll hear how Phelim emailed John the Obamagate script and didn’t have to wait long for a repy!. John was so excited about the project, that the deal was sealed as he shopped in the Kroger produce aisle!

John tells us about how he adjusted to working in Hollywood and his memories of his time on Dynasty - including his friendship with the wonderful Joan Collins. He now lives in Tennessee and discusses why he chose to relocate there instead of a big city on the East or West Coast. Finally, John shares his delicious recipe for barbecue chicken and discusses his love for Ayn Rand.

Have you heard about the new French film Cuties on Netflix? This week, Ann watched it so you don’t have to. The film has faced a firestorm of controversy for several weeks because many of its critics argue it inappropriately sexualizes young children. Lastly, we have a new furry friend! Kind of. Tune in to hear all about (and see!) the possum that has decided to take residence at our home.

Please help us make ObamaGate The Movie possible!  Even $5, $25, or $50 will go a long way and you'll receive perks for your donations.   Donations also tax-deductible!  Please go to http://ObamagateMovie.com right away!

Watch this episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/UTPPAJKew24


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Sep 16 2020 · 51mins
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James Comey

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What's your reaction when you hear the name James Comey? If you're a Democrat, maybe you blame him for the election of Donald Trump. If you're a Republican, maybe you see him as the embodiment of a sinister deep state. Or maybe you see him as a faithful public servant who's been unfairly maligned by both sides.

Either way, the former FBI Director has been at the center of some of the most polarizing moments in recent American history. James Comey joins Better Angels' Ciaran O'Connor and April Lawson to discuss his most controversial decisions — from investigating Hillary Clinton's emails to being fired by President Trump — and to reflect on some deeper questions around moral philosophy, ethical leadership, humility, overconfidence, and personal tragedy.

Jan 29 2020 · 1hr 1min
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Rod Arquette Show: James Comey's War on America

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Dec 16 2019 · 1hr 45mins
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Impeachment, whistleblower allegations and a visit from James Comey

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Rory and Steve recap and break down a wild week in national politics. Then, they discuss former FBI Director James Comey's presentation on leadership at UNLV.
Sep 27 2019 · 34mins
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James Comey

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Ep. 3 — A Home Invasion Trauma Leads to a Law Enforcement Career / James Comey, Former Director, Federal Bureau of Investigation
In this episode, James Comey describes how, as a high school senior, he and his brother were held at gunpoint in their New Jersey home by a serial rapist and robber and how that confrontation with death ultimately influenced his decision to go into law enforcement. 

Comey talks about how attending a bail hearing in a Mafia case as a young law clerk in New York convinced him to become a federal prosecutor and help bring down some of the most powerful Mafia families in Gotham. 

He then shares stories of how his experience in dealing with the Mafia helped him understand and deal with President Donald Trump. Comey has testified under oath that Trump first sought to secure his blind loyalty, and when Comey refused, fired him as the FBI Director in an attempt to shut down the Bureau’s investigation into the Russian interference in the 2016 Democratic election. 

Comey also shares his views on the Special Counsel’s final report on the Russian interference. He discusses his handling of the Hillary Clinton email investigation, which many attribute to Clinton’s loss in the 2016 Presidential race. And he describes how he learned the greatest leadership in life from a personal tragedy.


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Chitra:   Hello and welcome to When It Mattered. I'm your host Chitra Ragavan. I'm also the founder and CEO of Goodstory Consulting, an advisory firm helping technology startups find their narrative. On this weekly podcast we invite leaders from around the world to share one personal story that changed the course of their life and work, and how they lead and deal with adversity. Through these stories, we take you behind the scenes to get an inside perspective of some of the most eventful moments of our time.

Chitra:   On this episode, we will be talking to James B. Comey. He has spent four decades in law as a federal prosecutor, a business lawyer, and working closely with three US Presidents. We served as Deputy Attorney General under President George W. Bush. In September 2013, President Barack Obama appointed Comey as the seventh director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. In that role, Comey came under fire for his handling of the bureau's investigation into the Hillary Clinton email controversy in the lead-up to the 2016 US elections. Comey's 10 year term was cut short in May 2017 when President Donald Trump summarily fired him as the FBI Director. Statements from the president and the White House indicated that the firing was intended to ease the pressure over the FBI's investigation of the Russian interference in the 2016 US elections. Comey currently teaches ethical leadership at William & Mary College and is the author of the book Higher Loyalty. Jim, welcome to the podcast.

James:   It's great to be with you, Chitra.

Chitra:   Tell us a little bit about your background and how you got into law and law enforcement.

James:   Well, I was a science focused kid in high school and thought that I would become a doctor. Looking back through the lens of now as an old person, I think an event that happened to me as a senior in high school steered me in a way that even I couldn't see at the time. A serial rapist and robber kicked in my parent's front door one night at their home in Northern New Jersey and ended up in a terrifying evening holding me and my brother captive. We escaped, he caught us again, and at least twice during that night I thought he was going to kill us, and that had an enormous effect on me. It helped give me some perspective on life that was useful, as painful as it was, and I think again, without me even knowing, it steered me in a way towards law enforcement and thinking about what victims experienced. I still thought I was going to be a doctor, and then figured out that wasn't for me late in my college career about three years later.
Jul 23 2019 · 40mins