President Trump sends "Whistling Dogs" to his supporters? This was said by former FBI executive director Andrew McCabe, who is afraid of the night during a performance on HBO's "Real Time with Bill Maher". support from the military, police and "bikers" of the nation.
"It's very disturbing and disturbing," said McCabe. "I think that he can overestimate how much support he has from people and law enforcement and the military. The thing that worries me most about such statements is not what he means, but what this audience actually is hearing about. "
"What audience are we talking about?" ̵
Saturday marks the anniversary of the shooting of McCabe on the part of former US Attorney General Jeff Seans. The next day, President Trump announced that McCabe was "a great day for hard-working FBI men and women."
McCabe defended his former FBI colleagues and investigated the possible ties with Trump with Russia on the night. , insisting that the work was not "based on politics". The former executive's duties, who will turn 51 on Monday, also defended the investigation by email to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
Maher also asked McCabe for allegations that Trump had links with Russian organized crime in the 1990s and washed money for Russians.
"It's quite possible," replied McCabe. "I can not sit here and confirm with you today, but it's quite possible." , Florida, mayor Andrew Gillum, a Democrat who lost his stake on Florida's governor last year. A few hours before his performance on the Mahere show, Gillum was in the Los Angeles mall, when someone reported an active shooter.
"We are not okay to be unfounded." This is not normal. "Killing two of them before killing himself.