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Andrew McCabe states that his proceedings settlement with the Justice Department is “incredible relief,” but “another kind of sadness.”

Anderson Cooper 360 On Thursday, former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe gave his first interview as the Justice Department agreed to restore his full pension earlier that day. This is part of a settlement in a proceeding filed by McCabe 20 months ago, and the March 2018 dismissal by then Attorney General Jeff Sessions was a political move ordered by then-President Donald Trump. Claimed to be. “I don’t know what this was like. What the whole campaign brought to my wife. My kids. My parents,” McCabe said. “Both having a settlement in this proceeding and a clear indication that this should never have happened is an incredible relief. It’s satisfying, but it’s also what you know. It’s also a kind of sadness, as it is. “And as he still hopes to get caught up in Trump’s wrath while his pension recovers and the legal drama is over. McCabe doesn’t always feel that free. “I mean, I feel better, but I’m not free. I make fun of myself that the president will set aside his horrifying judgments, his constant lies, and the pain to me and my family. No, “said McCabe. “I’m sure this will add another log to the fire. He will probably say a lot about it tomorrow. But what do you know? Where I don’t care I don’t care what that guy has to say. “