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Andrew McCabe: Ex-FBI deputy will not be charged despite Trump's furious outbursts

Independent Friday, 14 February 2020 ()
The Justice Department has closed its case against former FBI director Andrew McCabe, declining to seek charges against him after he was ousted under Donald Trump in what he said was a politically motivated firing.
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Andrew McCabe Won't Face Charges From Department of Justice The decision comes after the Department of Justice (DOJ) was rumored to be close to a grand jury indictment against the former FBI Deputy Director. McCabe was originally accused of issuing a media leak concerning an investigation by the FBI...

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