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From last March after McCabe was fired….
The late Friday night firing of FBI Agent McCabe appears to be a Trump-Russian Mafia vendetta. FBI Agent McCabe spent a decade investigating Russian Organized Crime in New York City, as well as being a witness for Comey on Trump obstruction of justice charges.
“I have terminated the employment of Andrew McCabe effective immediately, ” Trump AG Sessions statement excerpt, as it appeared in a VOA tweet at 10:23 PM, EDT, Mar 16, 2018, https://twitter.com/W7VOA The firing seems to have occurred around 10 pm EDT Friday night.
The statement, below, explains that McCabe has spent half of his over 21 year FBI career investigating Russian Organized Crime as both a street agent and a Supervisor in New York City. So, yes, he can corroborate former FBI Director Comey on obstruction, but there appears to be a lot more than that. They want vengeance, so fired him on Friday before…
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