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Andrew McCabe, former FBI deputy director, won't face criminal charges

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Andrew McCabe, former FBI deputy director, won't face criminal chargesAndrew McCabe, the former FBI deputy director fired for his role in the Russia investigation, won't face criminal charges
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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...

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