Andrew McCabe’s Wife Unloads on President Trump

Jill McCabe is the wife of fired former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe. She has been quiet until now, but she now steps into the fray and explains where she and her husband have been mistreated. She defends the funding of her unsuccessful political campaign and claims that there was nothing below board about what went on. She also points to some interesting timing issues of things her husband has been accused of. Do you think that her arguments hold any water? Read her rebuttal and see for yourself.

As Written and Reported By Naomi Lim for the Washington Examiner:

Jill McCabe, the wife of fired former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe, on Monday opened up about the “nightmare” she said she and her family have endured after being used as an example of alleged biases within the FBI by President Trump.

“I made the decision to run for office because I was trying to help people. Instead, it turned into something that was used to attack our family, my husband’s career and the entire FBI,” Jill McCabe, a pediatrician, wrote in an op-ed published by the Washington Post Monday.

In the piece, McCabe recounted how she was poached to run for a Virginia state Senate seat in 2014 by the chief of staff of then-Lt. Gov. Ralph Northam, a Democrat, following “an entourage of politicians” coming through her ER, and a reporter pulling her aside to ask “how Medicaid expansion would affect [her] patients.”

The swing voter said she and her husband, a lifelong Republican, vetted the possibility of running with ethics experts at the FBI.

Andrew McCabe never helped with any of her campaign operations nor assisted with fundraising efforts, Jill McCabe wrote, though he did “he….

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Wife of fired former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe unleashes on Trump

 

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