Sammy “The Bull” Gravano — who helped James Comey bring down Gravano’s fellow mobsters more than 25 years ago — was surprised to be mentioned in Comey’s memoir, “A Higher Loyalty.”
When President Trump told Comey, “I need loyalty. I expect loyalty,” the fired FBI director wrote: “The demand was like Sammy the Bull’s Cosa Nostra induction ceremony.”
Gravano, 73, in his first interview outside of prison after serving a 17-year sentence for dealing ecstasy, told mob expert Jerry Capeci of GanglandNews.com that there’s nothing wrong with that.
“The country doesn’t need a bookworm as president, it needs a mob boss,” Gravano said.
The former hit man, who confessed to his involvement in 19 murders, said Trump has to deal with the leaders of North Korea, Iran and Russia.
“You don’t need a Harvard graduate to deal with these people. These guys are real gangsters. You need a f—king gangster to deal with these people.”
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