McCabe: Mueller Finding No Collusion Doesn’t Mean Probe Was a ‘Waste of Time or Unwarranted’


Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe said Attorney General Bill Barr’s summary of Special Counsel Bob Mueller’s two-year Russia collusion probe, which indicated that Mueller found no evidence of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia, doesn’t mean the investigation was a “waste of time or unwarranted.”

“Am I satisfied? I expect to be satisfied when I get to see the report and I should hope that all people think about it that way, so I think it’s really important to remember that we don’t know yet. We understand how Attorney General Barr has characterized what’s in that 400-page report, but to draw your own conclusions about it, I think, you have to do that only have after you see the report,” McCabe said during a recent discussion hosted by Duke University’s Political Science Department.

“The fact that Director Mueller has supposedly concluded that he found no evidence of…



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