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Actually, with his height, it's hard to see him not involved in basketball.

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Exclusive: James Comey’s Post-FBI Life Has Him Leading A New Team

Amber Athey

Media Reporter

9:55 PM 02/13/2018

Former FBI director James Comey might spend his days subtweeting President Donald Trump, cavorting with his “Deep State” allies and polishing copy for his new book, but he still manages to set aside time to coach a girls basketball team.

I recently caught a family friend’s basketball game at a public high school in Virginia, only to discover that none other than the man at the center of Trump’s biggest headache was also strategizing the potential downfall of my family friend’s team.

I mean, the nerve of the man.

Written tongue-in-cheek, that's half of the article.  The rest, to include videos of Comey in action, is here:

http://dailycaller.com/2018/02/13/james-comey-basketball-coach/

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