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Feared that Trump would stop the investigation
"Feared that Trump would stop the inquiry,"

"as soon As it became clear that president Donald Trump fired the FBI director James Comey, assured itself of it Andrew McCabe on Rysslandsutredningen could continue."

"He feared it would otherwise be put down."

"– the very next day, I think, I met them, which led Rysslandsfallen, "says McCabe, in an interview with the program"

"McCabe, who became acting FBI director when Comey was kicked in may 2017, says he is angered by the conversation he had with Trump after the dismissal:"

"– I spoke with the man who recently won the presidential elections, and that perhaps succeeded in it thanks to the help of the government of Russia, our biggest opponent on the world stage. And it was something that worried me deeply."

"Just a little over a week after Comey sparkats appointed Robert Mueller to the special prosecutor to investigate"

"the New York Times wrote back in september of last year to assistant attorney Rod Rosenstein was considering to secretly record their conversations with the president. Also this is now confirmed by McCabe."

"McCabe was fired in march last year by then-attorney general Jeff Sessions, who referred to internal FBI reports, according to which McCabe would have leaked information to journalists. McCabe himself has said that the reason was his handling of the Rysslandsutredningen."

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