Andrew McCabe Has Memos Detailing Interactions With Trump

Andrew McCabe Has Memos Detailing Interactions With TrumpFormer deputy FBI director Andrew McCabe has followed in the footsteps of Trump foe James Comey—he reportedly kept personal memos on his dealings with the president. McCabe, fired by Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Friday less than two days before his retirement, took notes on his interactions with the president in the same manner as Comey prior to his dismissal as FBI director last May, according to a source cited by the Associated Press. Comey’s memos proved to be a thorn in Trump’s side long after the ousted FBI director left, with some allegations in the documents suggesting possible obstruction of justice by the president. Trump reveled in McCabe’s dismissal late Friday, but he appeared more defensive amid increasing criticism over the move on Saturday, as many suggested McCabe was axed to undermine the ongoing Russia investigation. “As the House Intelligence Committee has concluded, there was no collusion between Russia and the Trump Campaign,” Trump tweeted Saturday, accusing the FBI of “tremendous leaking, lying and corruption.”