The president's latest attack on a favorite target may have set a new low mark for falsehoods.
Judge Reggie Walton said that as federal prosecutors unduly kept McCabe on the hook, "people at the top" undermined the “integrity of the process."
An attorney for the former FBI deputy director presses federal prosecutors about an anticipated indictment that hasn't materialized.
The case relates to media disclosures about the Clinton Foundation during the 2016 election.
He accused former Attorney General Jeff Sessions and current FBI Director Christopher Wray of catering to Trump's “unlawful whims."
The former acting FBI director told CNN's Chris Cuomo that "action should be taken immediately," regardless of whether it actually results in impeachment.
The former Trump campaign chairman was sentenced to less than four years in prison for eight counts of bank and tax fraud.
The former FBI acting director said an Obama-appointed inspector general's report on his falsehoods was erroneous.
The former FBI official hit back at Trump labeling him “a poor man’s J. Edgar Hoover."
“I am confident that everyone in the room knew exactly what we were doing," McCabe said of his meeting with the Gang of Eight.