Last year, Trump subtly suggested Sessions should have fired McCabe, who the president said was “a Comey friend who was in charge of Clinton investigation but got…big dollars ($700,000) for his wife’s political run from Hillary Clinton and her representatives.”
While many of the brave men and women who serve this nation are fine individuals, Trump and Sessions are unequivocally correct that top leadership at the bureau has been proven to be engulfed in numerous scandals.
Trump made the political decision not to fire McCabe likely because he is planning to retire toward the end of this year, so the president avoided sending the liberal media into an uncontrollable hyperventilation of shaking up the FBI again.
The two former high-ranking FBI officials were exposed recently for sending crude anti-Trump text messages while working on the investigation into Russia and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s email scandal.
Other text messages reveal that Strzok and Page texted about using an “insurance plan” and “secret society” to unseat Trump, which has resulted in several top GOP lawmakers calling for a congressional investigation and second special prosecutor into the FBI’s apparent corruption.
Source: Independent Journal Review