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Justice Department drops leak case against former FBI deputy director McCabe

euronews Friday, 14 February 2020 ()
Justice Department drops leak case against former FBI deputy director McCabeJustice Department drops leak case against former FBI deputy director McCabe
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News video: Justice Department will not charge ex-FBI deputy McCabe

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The U.S. Justice Department is closing its criminal investigation into whether former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe lied to investigators about his communications with the media without bringing any charges against him, his attorneys announced in a statement on Friday. This report produced by...

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