Trey Gowdy Suggests Deputy Director Of FBI Will Be Ousted Next Week

Trey Gowdy has had it with the antics of the FBI. He suggested in a recent interview that Deputy Director Andrew McCabe would be ousted from the agency as soon as next week.

Business Insider reports:

Republican Trey Gowdy suggests deputy FBI director will be ousted by next week

Republican Rep. Trey Gowdy, who sits on the House Judiciary Committee, suggested in a Friday interview that FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe will be forced out at the top law enforcement agency as soon as next week.

Gowdy argued that newly released FBI records reveal political bias against President Donald Trump — and in favor of Hillary Clinton — at the highest levels of the FBI. Gowdy said that McCabe will likely be pushed out of the agency as a result of the perceived bias.

“I’ll be a little bit surprised if he’s still an employee of the FBI this time next week,” Gowdy told Fox News of McCabe, adding that he would be “shocked” if McCabe testifies before the House next week.

The Washington Post reported last week that Gowdy settled a $150,000 veteran discrimination and retaliation claim from a former aide, who was fired in 2015 from the House Benghazi committee investigating the 2012 attacks in Benghazi, Libya. The aide alleged that he was wrongfully terminated in part for his unwillingness to engage in what he believed was a partisan investigation into Hillary Clinton’s time as US secretary of state.

Gowdy is a former prosecutor and is smart as a whip. Not the type of guy you want to tangle with.

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