Publicado: Mier, Enero 31, 2018
Global | Por Milagro Delgado

Deputy Director Andrew McCabe STEPPING DOWN from FBI — BREAKING

Deputy Director Andrew McCabe STEPPING DOWN from FBI — BREAKING

McCabe made his intentions known to colleagues Monday, a U.S. official said. A new NBC News report reveals that Trump excoriated McCabe for subjects ranging from his wife's politics to former FBI director James Comey's plane trip home.

Andrew McCabe's exit from the top law enforcement agency comes a week after a report that Mr Trump wanted him out. "He served with distinction for two decades", Comey said.

The departures of the FBI chief of staff and general counsel were also revealed this month.

From that time on, McCabe became one of Trump's Twitter targets. Trump mocked the rumored decision in a tweet.

Trump then vented at McCabe about hundreds of thousands of campaign contributions steered to his wife, a state Senate candidate, by Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe through a PAC he controlled in 2015. He's on leave until his retirement date in March. He has denied collusion between his campaign and Russia. But Trump and the administration was "not happy" with him, the same source said. Trump was reportedly upset by Jill McCabe's political involvement.

Michael Flynn, then the National Security adviser gave a false story about his calls with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak during the transition. Wray reportedly threatened to resign after being pressured by Attorney General Jeff Sessions to fire McCabe.

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He also played a central role in the FBI's probe into Russia's election meddling during the presidential race.

Manafort was charged with 12 counts of money laundering and conspiracy.

FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe resigned on Monday, sources speaking on condition of anonymity told The Associated Press (AP).

James Comey is certainly right that America needs the FBI to continue doing important work to keep the country safe.

The House is poised to vote on declassifying a four-page memo from Rep. Devin Nunes, R-Calif., chairman of the House intelligence committee, on the conduct of the Justice Department and the FBI in use of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, or FISA, related to Trump's election and the transfer of government.

The move is effective Monday.

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