Twitter users are poking fun at James Comey's prepared remarks for Congress

In written remarks to the Senate Intelligence Committee released Wednesday -- just a day before his long-awaited testimony -- former FBI Director James Comey recalled nine separate private conversations he had with President Trump.

And Twitter users have already started to pick them apart from his opening remarks.

SEE ALSO: James Comey's full prepared remarks for his Senate Intel Committee hearing testimony

Comey's seven-page letter details interactions between him and Trump dating back to January when the president was inaugurated and up until Comey's firing in May. He describes the multiple conversations that Trump initiated surrounding the Russia investigation and whether the effect it's had on Trump's presidency could ever be mitigated.

Comey depicted Trump as a leader eager to forge "some sort of patronage relationship."

Below we've gathered some of the most clever Twitter reactions to Comey's remarks. Enjoy.

Twitter users are making hilarious edits to Comey's prepared remarks for Congress
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Twitter users are making hilarious edits to Comey's prepared remarks for Congress
"he wanted loyalty but all I could promise was honesty" -james comey
Wow powerful stuff from Comey's statement.
You just KNOW Comey typed this out on a vintage typewriter with a cigarette hanging out the side of his mouth.
the part of the testimony where trump and comey kiss is weirdly sorta beautiful
Trump: I want a milkshake. Comey: I can give you a banana. Trump: That's what I want—a banana milkshake.
Is this real, or did did Comey accidentally cut and paste this exchange in from the script of a mob movie?
Comey's opening statement sounds like a Tinder horror story.
All right, this part of the testimony is a little weird.
@DavidCornDC "I didn't move, speak, or change my facial expression in any way. We simply looked at each other."…
I can't get over this Comey testimony you guys
That was the last time I talked to Mr. Trump.

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