REPORT: Former Obama officials willing to testify on McCabe’s behalf

TheHill.com:

Multiple former members of the Obama administration have reportedly said they will testify on behalf of former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe should he face trial.

An analysis from McCabe’s legal team obtained by Politico said officials including former Obama chief of staff Denis McDonough and homeland security adviser Lisa Monaco would be willing to back him in court should he ultimately face charges over allegations that he misled Department of Justice (DOJ) officials over leaks to the media.

The article goes on to state the following:

“Mr. McCabe has obtained commitments from more than a dozen former high-ranking government officials who worked closely with Mr. McCabe on law enforcement and national security matters to testify as character witnesses on Mr. McCabe’s behalf,” a spokesman told Politico. “An errant version included some individuals who have not committed to serve as character witnesses at trial. We requested that Politico remove those names.”

On Thursday, a U.S. attorney recommended proceeding with charges against McCabe.

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