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DOJ’s Inspector General refers FBI McCabe to D.C. U.S. Attorney for criminal investigation

The Inspector General for the Department of Justice sent today a criminal referral to the Washington D.C. U.S. Attorney’s Office for former FBI Deputy Director, Andrew McCabe, predicated on the IG’s finding of McCabe’s “lack of candor” on multiple occasions in discussing the investigation into the Clinton Foundation, and disclosures made relative to that to the Wall Street Journal.

This referral comes on the heels of a criminal referral sent to the DOJ by 11 House Republicans yesterday, requesting that McCabe, former FBI Director James Comes, former AG Loretta Lynch, and others be investigated for violating various federal criminal laws, including perjury and lying to federal authorities.


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