Radio host and political commentator Dan Bongino shredded Andrew McCabe Monday for a tweet his attorney sent out that blamed President Donald Trump for corrupting his removal process from the FBI.
McCabe is being represented by Michael Bromwich, who called President Donald Trump “childish” and “disgusting” in his Saturday tweet, before questioning the legitimacy of McCabe’s removal.
We will not be responding to each childish, defamatory, disgusting &
false tweet by the President. The whole truth will come out in due
course. But the tweets confirm that he has corrupted the entire
process that led to Mr. McCabe’s termination and has rendered it
— Michael R. Bromwich (@mrbromwich) March 18, 2018
Bongino took issue with the tweet and began listing instances of McCabe corrupting the sensitive processes during his tenure at the FBI.
“Let’s talk about a corrupted process, though, for a moment here. Andy McCabe is the number two in charge of the FBI during the process when they were investigating Hillary Clinton and they wrote an exoneration letter for Hillary Clinton before they’d even interviewed her,” Bongino said on “Fox & Friends” Monday.
“Number two, the FISA court process. a secret court, has an information verification procedure known as the woods procedure. Where was that,” Bongino continued. “You introduced fake information into the FISA court while you were the number two at the FBI.”
Bongino also accused McCabe of corrupting the process for former National Security adviser Michael Flynn and told him to save his complaints for someone who cared.
“Let me give you another one out there. You’re talking about corrupted processes. He was the number two in the FBI. Andy McCabe, when Mike Flynn was prosecuted for a statement by the way that they claim to be false while the FBI director claimed that they thought the interviewing agents thought Mike Flynn was in fact truthful,” he conduced. “Listen, spare us the crocodile tears about a corrupted process, Andy, sorry.”
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