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Trump to Acting FBI Director: Whom Do You Vote for in Presidential Election?

FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe testifies before Congress.

By Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com

Shortly after Andrew McCabe became the acting FBI director to replace the ousted chief, James Comey, President Trump summoned the new bureau boss to the Oval Office for what was supposed to be an introductory meeting.

During the meeting, Trump asked McCabe whom he voted for in the 2016 presidential election – an oddly timed question for a new commander in chief accused of firing Comey for refusing to end an investigation involving former Trump national security advisor Michael Flynn, who later pleaded guilty to lying to FBI agents.

McCabe responded that he didn’t vote, according to several current and former U.S. officials who spoke to the Washington Post.

While the FBI director is chosen by the president, the position is supposed to be non-partisan. Trump eventually appointed Christopher Wray to serve as the FBI director.

It was widely reported this week that Wray threatened to resign after the Trump administration pressured him to fire McCabe, who returned to his position as deputy FBI director.

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