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Former deputy director of the FBI dismissed

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WASHINGTON – The former second man in the American federal investigation bureau FBI is summarily dismissed. Minister of Justice Jeff Sessions has Andrew McCabe, the kick given after allegations that he researchers would have misled.

McCabe would Sunday with a pension. He is over fifty. In January, it was his position under heavy pressure, which he his position as second man in the FBI struck.

McCabe was charged with overseeing an investigation into the state of affairs surrounding e-mails from the Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, who Trump won the election. McCabe was also involved in the investigation of possible collaboration in the electoral conflict between the entourage of Trump and other prominent Russians.

McCabe, who now must fear for his pension, contends that his dismissal is part of a larger effort to get the FBI to undermine. ,,I am in this way chosen and treated because of the role I have played, the actions that I have taken and the events where I witnessed ben in the aftermath of the resignation of James Comey,” he says in a statement.

Comey was since 2013 director of the FBI, and was nine months ago, the lane is outputted. It was McCabe acting head of the FBI to Christopher Wray, in taipei, taiwan.

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