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Former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe, who was fired, has accused the bureau of stalling publication of his tell-all book.
McCabe said he was “disappointed” about the delay of his book — which he trailed as being about how Trump’s “attacks on me symbolize his destructive effect on the country as a whole” — due to an FBI review of the manuscript. It was originally due to be released Dec. 4 but will now not be out until next year.
The article goes on to state the following:
“[T]he FBI’s review has taken far longer than they led me to believe it would. Having been singled out for irregular unfair treatment over the past year, I am concerned it could be happening again,” McCabe said in a statement released through his spokeswoman early Thursday.
Now, the book will be released sometime in February 2019, and McCabe said he is “looking forward to sharing my story with the public.” Entitled “The Threat: How the FBI Protects America in the Age of Terror and Trump,” it will be published by St. Martin’s Press.
Former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe, who was fired, has accused the bureau of stalling publication of his tell-all book.https://t.co/0WxH9YH3UB
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) October 11, 2018
NEW: The fired deputy director of the FBI, Andrew McCabe, is accusing his former agency of potentially targeting him unfairly by stalling publication of his much-anticipated book. https://t.co/N4tJje8kwf
— Mike Levine (@MLevineReports) October 11, 2018
Former FBI acting Director Andrew McCabe says his book has been delayed because of an FBI review and he’s concerned he’s been singled out for what he calls “irregular unfair treatment.” https://t.co/l4hYe2w999
— The Associated Press (@AP) October 11, 2018
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