McCabe FIRES Back Rebuttal to IG Report

The Andrew McCabe camp has been quick to respond to the charges that were made in the Inspector General’s report. The thrust of there argument seems to center around the leaks that were made by Mr. McCabe as well as some of the lies that were identified by the Inspector General. In this article, there is a detailed response and a link to McCabe’s attorney’s response. As you will see, there is a very good excuse for or an attack upon every accusation that was made against McCabe. It will take more than good lawyers to talk his way out of this. Read here and see why.

As Written and Reported By Daniel Chaitin for the Washington Examiner:

Updated at 6:49 p.m.

The legal representation for former Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe is sharing a “facts matter” rebuttal to some of the “most egregious inaccuracies” in the Justice Department inspector general’s report released Friday that formed the basis of Attorney General Jeff Sessions firing him last month.

The report found McCabe “lacked candor” on four separate occasions, including three times while under oath, in connection with the Wall Street Journal leak.

Melissa Schwartz, the spokeswoman for McCabe, noted the release of the report was “fascinating” and shared on Twitter a two-page “fact” sheet pushing back on some of the IG report’s findings.


“4 weeks to the day after his termination, the Office of the Inspector General report that was the basis for the firing of FBI Deputy Director Andrew #McCabe is finally public,” she said, while sharing on Twitter a two-page “fact” sheet pushing back on some of the IG report’s findings, or …. 

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