McCabe: FBI Agents Were ‘Vocal’ In Their Dissatisfaction Over Failure To Indict ClintonPosted: May 11, 2017 Filed under: Crime & Corruption, Law & Justice, Politics | Tags: FBI, Hillary Clinton, James Comey, McCabe Leave a comment
The testimony of Acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe on Thursday grabbed headlines in his direct contradiction of the White House claim that former FBI Director James Comey has lost the support of career agents. McCabe made clear that the rank and file were (and remain) entirely supportive of Comey. However, I thought the most interesting aspect of the hearing was a brief discussion of the 2016 decision not to prosecute Hillary Clinton. McCabe, who is viewed by many Republicans as having problematic links to the Clinton camp (through his wife who ran for office with their financial support), said that the failure to indict Clinton produced “vocal” opposition from the agents investigating her conduct.
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