Former Deputy FBI Director McCabe Launches Legal Defense Fund

Andrew McCabe's attorney says he needs help paying for the costs associated with potentially defending himself in court — and possibly suing Donald Trump.
Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, seen during a Senate intelligence committee hearing in May 2017, has launched a legal defense fund to help cover the costs associated with congressional investigations, the U.S. Attorney's Office and potential litigation. Source: Alex Wong

Updated at 11:53 a.m. EDT

Fired FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe has created a legal defense fund to help him pay to deal with congressional investigations, contacts with the U.S. Attorney's Office and a possible wrongful termination and defamation case he may file against the Trump administration.

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