Andrew McCabe was elevated to the role of acting FBI director in May 2017 after the firing of James Comey. File photo: The Washington Post

Andrew McCabe was fired from FBI ‘because I opened a case against the president’

  • Andrew McCabe, who was elevated to the role of acting FBI director in May 2017 after Trump fired FBI Director James Comey, said he promptly opened two investigations into the president
  • McCabe was fired after being accused of misleading investigators during an internal probe into a news media disclosure
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Andrew McCabe was elevated to the role of acting FBI director in May 2017 after the firing of James Comey. File photo: The Washington Post
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