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Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe Criticizes Special Counsel Report on Biden’s Handling of Classified Documents, Drawing Parallels to 2016 Clinton Probe

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Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe expressed concerns about the recent special counsel report on President Joe Biden‘s handling of classified documents, noting “nauseating similarities” to the 2016 investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server. Special Counsel Robert Hur decided not to press charges against Biden, citing the president’s “hazy” memory. However, McCabe suggested that the report’s conclusion may have been an attempt to appease a segment of the public frustrated by the lack of charges.

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Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe Reveals Regrets Over Comey’s ‘Extremely Careless’ Comments on Clinton – DOJ Policy Violation Sparks Debate

In an interview with CNN’s Kaitlan Collins, McCabe drew parallels to the 2016 scenario when then-FBI Director James Comey criticized Clinton for being “extremely careless” with classified emails but opted not to recommend charges.

Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe acknowledged that Comey’s rhetoric may have violated Department of Justice policy, which advises against making negative statements about someone not facing charges. Reflecting on the situation, McCabe admitted that he should have worked harder to dissuade Comey from using such terms and possibly refraining from making the statement altogether.

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Clinton Email Probe Fallout Resurfaces as Biden’s Handling of Classified Info Ignites Debate – White House Response Awaited

The October 2016 reopening of the Clinton email probe by Comey, just days before the presidential election, had significant repercussions. Many Democrats believe it contributed to Clinton’s defeat, as she lost crucial states like Florida, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin to Donald Trump. The decision to reopen the investigation was a controversial “October surprise,” impacting the political landscape right before the election.

Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe’s criticism of the recent report on Biden’s handling of classified information adds fuel to the ongoing debate about the president’s fitness for office. As Biden gears up for his reelection bid against former President Trump, the issue of retaining classified documents and the perception of a “hazy” memory continue to create a political firestorm. Business Insider reached out to the White House for comment on McCabe’s remarks.

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