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Andrew McCabe Tells All: FBI Memoir Aims at 'Mob Boss' Trump

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In McCabe's upcoming FBI memoir: How the FBI Protects America in the Age of Terror and Trump he dishes dirt on 'mob boss', Trump: strong-arm tactics, extortion, theft, collusion, the entire gamut of illegal activities. They are working on a RICO case against him.

 

Trump spent decades in New York real estate and casino gambling. What in the hell did people expect?

 

 

 

https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2019/feb/12/the-threat-review-andrew-mccabe-fbi-trump

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Criminal investigations of Trump World and the 2016 presidential campaign continue unabated. Federal prosecutors in Manhattan have placed the president’s inaugural committee and the Trump Organization in their crosshairs. News is rife with talk of subpoenas and the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act – or Rico.

Next month, Paul Manafort, Trump’s one-time campaign manager, is scheduled to be sentenced and Michael Cohen, Trump’s former foul-mouthed fixer, will begin a three-year prison term. So this is what “modern presidential” looks like: Donald J Trump meets Goodfellas. The Threat, Andrew McCabe’s memoir, is subtitled How the FBI Protects America in the Age of Terror and Trump. As he writes, “The FBI has always been the nemesis of criminals. Today the FBI is under attack by the president of the United States.”

 

McCabe paints a portrait of Trump as a mob boss, an observation in sync with Bloomberg’s Josh Green in The Devil’s Bargain and James Comey, the fired FBI director, in A Higher Loyalty. McCabe, however, goes further. Everyone catches it, not only Trump and his minions. The Threat contrasts the independence of the FBI and justice department under Trump and Barack Obama, with McCabe saying “Obama probably came closest to the ideal. The current administration is … like nothing we’ve ever seen before.”

 

With the advantage of hindsight, McCabe is critical of the decision taken by Comey, his boss at the time, to publicly announce the FBI’s recommendation that no charges should be pursued against Hillary Clinton. In “retrospect”, as McCabe frames it, “perhaps I would have said to Comey, ‘Don’t do it. Let’s be the normal Bob Mueller, say-nothing FBI of old.’”

Instead, Mueller is special counsel, Trump roams the White House and America is treated to a nonstop crime drama. Yet, somehow, we are not entertained.

As reported by the Guardian, McCabe breaks new ground by writing that the president “ordered” Rod Rosenstein, the deputy attorney general, “to write the memo justifying” the firing of Comey.  

 

The Threat should leave the reader worried that our cold civil war is taking its toll on the US and its institutions. As Republicans regularly bash law enforcement, Democrats embrace the intelligence community. We are staring at a world turned upside down.

 

 

 

 

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The Russian ASSet- aka Donald tRUMP has always tried to be a "Don".

 

tRUMP gave America an offer they couldn't believe...

 

tRUMP will be FULLY exposed as the small-time, small-brained wannabe hoodlum he has been all his pathetic con-artist life..

 

The entire tRUMP crime syndicate is going down,,,and out!

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53 minutes ago, drvoke said:

 

Image result for trump capone

 

 

 

 

In McCabe's upcoming FBI memoir: How the FBI Protects America in the Age of Terror and Trump he dishes dirt on 'mob boss', Trump: strong-arm tactics, extortion, theft, collusion, the entire gamut of illegal activities. They are working on a RICO case against him.

 

Trump spent decades in New York real estate and casino gambling. What in the hell did people expect?

 

 

 

https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2019/feb/12/the-threat-review-andrew-mccabe-fbi-trump

(Full article at above link)

 

 

 

Criminal investigations of Trump World and the 2016 presidential campaign continue unabated. Federal prosecutors in Manhattan have placed the president’s inaugural committee and the Trump Organization in their crosshairs. News is rife with talk of subpoenas and the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act – or Rico.

Next month, Paul Manafort, Trump’s one-time campaign manager, is scheduled to be sentenced and Michael Cohen, Trump’s former foul-mouthed fixer, will begin a three-year prison term. So this is what “modern presidential” looks like: Donald J Trump meets Goodfellas. The Threat, Andrew McCabe’s memoir, is subtitled How the FBI Protects America in the Age of Terror and Trump. As he writes, “The FBI has always been the nemesis of criminals. Today the FBI is under attack by the president of the United States.”

 

McCabe paints a portrait of Trump as a mob boss, an observation in sync with Bloomberg’s Josh Green in The Devil’s Bargain and James Comey, the fired FBI director, in A Higher Loyalty. McCabe, however, goes further. Everyone catches it, not only Trump and his minions. The Threat contrasts the independence of the FBI and justice department under Trump and Barack Obama, with McCabe saying “Obama probably came closest to the ideal. The current administration is … like nothing we’ve ever seen before.”

 

With the advantage of hindsight, McCabe is critical of the decision taken by Comey, his boss at the time, to publicly announce the FBI’s recommendation that no charges should be pursued against Hillary Clinton. In “retrospect”, as McCabe frames it, “perhaps I would have said to Comey, ‘Don’t do it. Let’s be the normal Bob Mueller, say-nothing FBI of old.’”

Instead, Mueller is special counsel, Trump roams the White House and America is treated to a nonstop crime drama. Yet, somehow, we are not entertained.

As reported by the Guardian, McCabe breaks new ground by writing that the president “ordered” Rod Rosenstein, the deputy attorney general, “to write the memo justifying” the firing of Comey.  

 

The Threat should leave the reader worried that our cold civil war is taking its toll on the US and its institutions. As Republicans regularly bash law enforcement, Democrats embrace the intelligence community. We are staring at a world turned upside down.

 

 

 

 

Image result for trump mobster cartoon

 

 

 

Ya, that’s a reliable witness. 🤣 Better tell it before he gets imprisoned. 

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1 minute ago, dontlooknow said:

Trump is a con man. 

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I met with trump the other day just to throw him a few mill.

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Trump is a con man no two ways about it. And I used to support trump. Not anymore. 8,000 lies. 

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Just now, dontlooknow said:

Trump is a con man no two ways about it. And I used to support trump. Not anymore. 8,000 lies. 

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And yes I lied about a lot.

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1 minute ago, dontlooknow said:

This is funny as fuc

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Posted Yesterday, 06:46 AM

I met with trump the other day just to throw him a few mill.

I like his build the wall stance. And his no bullBad word style.

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