McCabe says Hill leaders didn't object when informed of Trump investigation

McCabe says Hill leaders didn't object when informed of Trump investigation

McCabe says Hill leaders didn't object when informed of Trump investigation

"I'm really not sure it will, and the investigation, when completed, could turn out to be quite anti-climactic and not draw a conclusion about that", he said. I'm very proud to say we caught him'. Their meeting is just days before Trump's second summit with North Korea's Kim Jong Un, and a March 1 deadline when tariffs on Chinese goods balloon to 25 percent, amid warnings of an economy slowing trade war. McCabe has said he believes he was sacked because he opened the investigation into Trump. When countered by intelligence officials, who said that assessment did not match their information, Trump allegedly responded: "I don't care".

"The I.G. report was a disaster from [McCabe's] standpoint", Trump continued. Mr. Trump said in a Television interview times following Mr. Comey's shooting he was thinking of this Russian Federation thing when he fired Mr. Comey. On Tuesday, he was asked directly by CNN's Anderson Cooper whether he believed that to be the case.

'This President is undermining the role of law enforcement, undermining the role of our intelligence infrastructure and negatively impacting the men and women of the Federal Bureau of Investigation and across the intelligence agencies, [and their] ability to protect this country on a daily basis'.

McCain told McCabe, "I would like you to say right here on national TV that you were not a source for the New York Times, you were never a source for the New York Times or any other publication-considering that's what you're accused of lying about".

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Trump has been in league with Russian Federation, and for that reason, a possible national security threat, following the May 2017 shooting of the Federal Bureau of Investigation Director James Comey. "Is there anything in the last two years that makes you lesless suspicious of the president, or less indicative that he had improper relationships with the Russians, possible collusion or conspiracy?" He's talking about it as a witch hunt.

All records of communication of former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, the Office of the Attorney General Jeff Sessions, or the Office of Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein discussing the 25Amendment or presidential fitness. "That's kind of what we thought through".

He recalled briefing the so-called "Gang of Eight" on Capitol Hill, a group of the top congressional leaders from both parties, about the investigation into Trump - and said neither Republicans nor Democrats raised any red flags at the time.

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