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2 minutes ago, McChesney said:

Trump is running scared. 

BWAAHAHHAHAAAHAHAHAAA

The FBI and DoJ leadership are the ones running scared. 

Why did Rosenstein go to Paul Ryan and beg him to stop the Republicans from releasing the memo?

 

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2 minutes ago, Golfboy said:

And yet McCabe lost his job after his boss read the memo.

 

Ah, no.  And he was planning on leaving months ago.

 

McCabe's retirement has been rumored in Washington, D.C., circles for some time, but the president seemed to be responding to a report published Saturday afternoon by the Washington Post that McCabe plans to retire after he becomes eligible to receive full pension benefits in March 2018.

https://www.npr.org/2017/12/23/573214452/trump-seizes-on-reports-fbis-deputy-director-plans-to-retire-in-early-2018

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6 minutes ago, Harryhands said:

Ah, no.  And he was planning on leaving months ago.

 

McCabe's retirement has been rumored in Washington, D.C., circles for some time, but the president seemed to be responding to a report published Saturday afternoon by the Washington Post that McCabe plans to retire after he becomes eligible to receive full pension benefits in March 2018.

https://www.npr.org/2017/12/23/573214452/trump-seizes-on-reports-fbis-deputy-director-plans-to-retire-in-early-2018

He was suppose to retire in March.    It's January.    

 
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In an all-employee email to FBI staff, Director Wray hinted that an IG investigation about 2016 handling of Clinton email probe played a role in McCabe’s departure, sources who've seen the memo tell @ShimonPro & @PamelaBrownCNN.

 

 

But here’s the paper of record reporting that Wray did indeed find “something concerning” in the report, as journalist Adam Goldman puts it:

Andrew G. McCabe abruptly stepped down on Monday as the F.B.I.’s deputy director after months of withering criticism from President Trump, telling friends he felt pressure from the head of the bureau to leave, according to two people close to Mr. McCabe.

Though Mr. McCabe’s retirement had been widely expected soon, his departure was nevertheless sudden. As recently as last week, Mr. McCabe had told people he hoped to stay until he was eligible to retire in mid-March. Instead, Mr. McCabe made his intentions known to colleagues on Monday, an American official said, and will immediately go on leave.

In a recent conversation, Christopher A. Wray, the F.B.I. director, raised concerns about a forthcoming inspector general report examining the actions of Mr. McCabe and other senior F.B.I. officialsduring the 2016 presidential campaign, when the bureau was investigating both Hillary Clinton’s email use and the Trump campaign’s connections to Russia. In that discussion, according to one former law enforcement official close to Mr. McCabe, Mr. Wray suggested moving Mr. McCabe into another job, which would have been a demotion.

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11 minutes ago, Harryhands said:

So. he left a few weeks early because that undermines the GOP attempts to protect the criminal Trump.  BFD and smart politics.

 

lol... whatever helps you deal with the ass kicking liberals are getting. 

 

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Just now, Harryhands said:

They didn't but Trump did.  Asked for Putin's help in public.

Hillary admitted it. 

You have NO PROOF that Trump colluded, and everyone in the Democrat Party has said there was no collusion.

 

And yes, he asked for Russia's help... to get emails from a server that had ceased to exist YEARS before. 

This is how weak your argument is.     You actually though that job at Hillary deleting emails (a felony) was a serious request for Russia to perform magic. 

 

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