The Washington Post has just issued a stunning new report that shows the depths to which Presidon’t Trump will sink to cover up his crimes against America.
In it, they quote sources close to the situation who say Trump asked political stalking horse, deputy FBI director Andrew McCabe, whom he voted for in the 2016 presidential election.
The canny lifetime FBI agent, still reeling from Trump’s unceremonious ousting of his boss James Comey over the Russia investigation, replied that he did not vote at all.
According to the report:
Trump, the officials said, also vented his anger at McCabe over the several hundred thousand dollars in donations his wife, a Democrat, received for her failed 2015 Virginia state Senate bid from a political action committee controlled by a close friend of Hillary Clinton.
One of the sources told The Washington Post that Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller is looking at Trump’s conversation with McCabe in his obstruction of justice investigation.
The Washington Post continues:
McCabe, who has spent more than two decades at the bureau, found the conversation with Trump ‘disturbing,’ said one former U.S. official. Inside the FBI, officials familiar with the exchange expressed frustration that a civil servant — even a very senior agent in the No. 2 position — would be asked how he voted and criticized for his wife’s political leanings by the president.
The bombshell blew open on the heels of last night’s leak that the new FBI director Trump appointed to replace Comey, Christopher Wray, threatened to resign after Attorney General Sessions, prompted by Trump, asked Wray to fire McCabe.
The Trump administration’s unconstitutional politicization of the FBI and character assassination campaign against Mueller reveal themselves for exactly what they are — proof that the Presidon’t is obstructing investigations into his conspiracy with Russia to undermine American democratic institutions, as well as probes into money laundering, fraud, and other serious crimes.
The more Trump tries to evade prison, the louder his impending chains jangle.