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That reason could be the fact that, as Wittes wrote here , he is a personal friend of James Comey. (We’ve reached out to Wittes for comment but have yet to hear back.)

Project Exile happens to be a federal program that James Comey helped develop when he was a U.S. attorney living in Richmond. And then, of course, there are the follows.

ProjectExile7 follows 27 other accounts, the majority of which are either reporters, news outlets, or official government and law enforcement accounts. The New York Times ’ Adam Goldman and David Sanger and the Washington Post ’s Ellen Nakashima and David Ignatius, all of whom have been aggressively covering the FBI investigation into Trump’s contacts with Russian agents, made the list, as did Wittes and former Bush Administration colleague Jack Goldsmith. Donald Trump is on there, too, but @projectexile7 seems to have begun following him relatively recently (its first follow was @nytimes).

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(everyone deserves to have fun):

And of the 39 total tweets the account has liked thus far, eight refer directly to the FBI or James Comey himself:

One deals with an active FBI investigation:

And four refer to the Trump administration in general:

Of course, none of this is definitive proof @projectexile7 is FBI Director James Comey, but it would take a nearly impossible confluence of coincidences for it to be anyone else. Take what you will from the fact that the director of the FBI appears to have liked a tweet from the New York Times about Mike Flynn and Jared Kushner meeting a Russian envoy in December.

We’ve reached out to the FBI for comment, and will update if and when we hear back.

In the meantime, @projectexile7, I would love a follow.

Update 3:56 p.m.:

Benjamin Wittes has responded with the following:

I actually commented earlier today on Comey’s Twitter account—on Twitter, no less.

Beyond that public statement, I have nothing to say.

Update 5:14 p.m.:

The FBI has officially weighed in:

Hello,

We don’t have any comment.

Thank you.

FBI National Press Office

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