Levin: If the dossier was used, McCabe likely ‘would have approved it’

· January 29, 2018  
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LevinTV host Mark Levin said Monday on his radio program that now-former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe should have left the Bureau long ago.

McCabe took “terminal leave” from the FBI Monday.

Levin began the program speculating over the possibility that the infamous dossier was used to grant a warrant to investigate Trump’s team. And if it was, Levin said, it’s likely the FBI deputy director “would have known that and would have approved it.”

Levin then slammed the media and the Left for insinuating that Trump obstructed justice if he forced McCabe out:

“What the hell does Trump have to do with this? Of course Trump wanted this guy out. We all wanted this guy out!” Levin argued. “The appearance of a conflict was overwhelming. He should’ve been out a long time ago!”

“But he didn’t get out,” said Levin. “Why?”

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Author: Phil Shiver

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