Andrew McCabe contradicts claims made by former FBI Director James Comey.
Acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe informed the House Appropriations Subcommittee for Commerce and Justice that he has never felt uncomfortable during any of his meetings with President Trump on Wednesday.
Rep. Jose E Serrano (D-NY) asked McCabe whether he had met with President Trump and if he ever felt uncomfortable in any of those meetings. Serrano’s question was referencing claims from former FBI Director James Comey who had said previously he had felt uncomfortable during his meetings with Trump.
“I have met with President Trump on very few occasions, and those have all been occasions where there were many other people present. I have not felt uncomfortable in those meetings,” McCabe told Serrano.
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