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(CNN) — Andrew McCabe, the former acting FBI director who’s been told he may be indicted, told CNN on Tuesday that he would never cut a deal with federal prosecutors to avoid an indictment.

In an interview with CNN’s Chris Cuomo on “Cuomo Prime Time,” McCabe ruled out the possibility of taking a deal, which could be a way to reduce any possible charges he’d face or lead to a guilty plea that would avoid a trial. McCabe’s assertion Tuesday night means that if he’s indicted, he will almost certainly contest the charge before a jury in federal court.

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“Absolutely not, under any circumstances,” McCabe said. “I never intentionally misled anyone about anything and I will not stand up and claim that I’ve done something that I didn’t do.”

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