However, Sarah Huckabee Sanders said that the administration has “some concern” about the work of McCabe in the FBI
The white house has declared that has no relation to the resignation of FBI assistant Director Andrew McCabe from his post.
Press Secretary of the White house Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Monday that the administration had nothing to do with McCabe’s decision to leave the post for a few weeks before the planned retirement. “The President was not involved in the process of making this decision,” she added.
Speaking to reporters, Sanders stressed that the resignation McCabe, the White house has only the same information that they and recommended to address for comments to the FBI, adding that the Agency likely will make a statement later on Monday.
“We would recommend you to contact Christopher ray, who holds the post of Director of the FBI, and, as I said last week, has the full confidence of the President. The President instructed him to take all the decisions in the FBI,” said Sanders.
However, according to Sanders, the President remains critical of Maccabi, which played a Central role in the investigation about the emails, Hillary Clinton and the continuing investigation into Russian interference in the elections.
McCabe’s wife, when he ran for the Senate of Virginia in 2015 to receive funds for his campaign of Democrat Terry McAuliffe, who then held the post of Governor of the state. Republican trump has repeatedly expressed outrage about this in his “Twitter”.
Sanders added that the White house has “some concern” about the work of McCabe in the FBI.