President Donald Trump spent the morning casting doubt on the results of the 2020 election, alleging that “ballot abuse” contributed to his loss against President-elect Joe Biden. Now he’s lashed out at Andrew McCabe, the former deputy director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) for the role he played in the Russia probe, which overshadowed much of his turbulent presidency.
Fox News Sunday's Chris Wallace repeatedly pressed Kellyanne Conway as refused to answer questions and spewed nonsense about Andrew McCabe.
Trump is said to be furious and upset after the Department of Justice dropped the case and refused to charge Andrew McCabe with a crime.
It what appears to be a massive rebuke of Trump's overreach and abuse of power, a grand jury seems not to have indicted Andrew McCabe.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Thursday refused to answer questions about whether he was aware in 2017 about the FBI opening a counterintelligence investigation into President Donald Trump.
During an interview on NBC’s “Today Show” Pompeo was asked if he knew that the FBI launched an investigation into Trump in May 2017, when Pompeo was serving as CIA director.
The former director of the Central Intelligence Agency on Wednesday praised former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe for his recent public comments about Donald Trump, saying he had “sufficient basis” to think that the president might be a Russian spy.
Former deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe told MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” this morning that he knew in May of 2017 that he had enough evidence to prove President Donald Trump committed the crime of attempting to obstruct justice.
Former Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe dropped a major bombshell today when he claimed that the FBI told a bipartisan group of lawmakers in 2017 that it had opened an investigation into President Donald Trump — and none of the Republicans in the group objected.
In the book, former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe writes that Rosenstein, the deputy attorney general, did not want to write the memo and strongly resisted doing so.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe said on Monday he was “deeply concerned” about reports that Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein was stepping down, saying his departure would put at risk the federal probe into Russian election activities.
Donald Trump went bonkers on Twitter on Saturday, accusing Attorney General Jeff Sessions of being “scared stiff and missing in action.” It was the latest episode in his ongoing attacks against his own Justice Department. The president continues to say that people in his administration acted inappropriately in their investigation of his presidential campaign’s connections with Russia.
A former senior national security official told MSNBC's Nicolle Wallace that people need to act if Trump moves to strip security clearances away from former officials who criticize him.
President Donald Trump has often said over the past year that he fired former FBI Director James Comey because of the Russia investigation, but in a tweet today he now claims that is not true.
Seemingly out of the blue Trump tweeted:
Trump followed up kicking transgender people out of the military by calling for Attorney General Jeff Sessions to fire acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe.
Acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe directly contradicted the White House when he said that Comey maintained broad support within the FBI.
Acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe had a message for those who are trying to obstruct the Russia investigation that the FBI can't be stopped from doing the right thing and protecting the American people and the Constitution.
Republicans will do anything to avoid a real Russia investigation. Republican Senator Chuck Grassley (R-IA) has come up with a reason to get rid of FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, who is the acting director after President Trump fired James Comey, citing "political problems."