HAH! Andrew McCabe “Upset” After James Comey Throws Him Under the Bus

It’s the battle of the dirty cops.

Andrew McCabe, James Comey and Loretta Lynch are all throwing each other under the bus as their corruption begins to bubble up to the surface.

It’s a glorious thing to watch.

James Comey threw McCabe under the bus on Thursday in an interview with CNN’s Jake Tapper.

Comey told Tapper he could be a potential witness against McCabe.

When asked if he could be a witness, Comey responded, “Sure, given that the IG’s report reflects interactions that Andy McCabe had with me and other senior executives, I could well be a witness.”

“I think it is accountability mechanisms working,” Comey added. “It is not acceptable in the FBI or the Justice Department for people to lack candor. It’s something we take really seriously.”

The Office of Inspector General released a scathing report on McCabe last week claiming he “lacked candor,” (lied) including under oath several times.

On Thursday it was revealed Inspector General Michael Horowitz sent a criminal referral for former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe to the US Attorney’s office about the FBI’s investigation into the Clinton Foundation.

President Trump even took a swipe at the dueling dirty cops.

On Thursday, Trump tweeted: James Comey just threw Andrew McCabe “under the bus.” Inspector General’s Report on McCabe is a disaster for both of them! Getting a little (lot) of their own medicine?

On Friday, Fox News producer Jake Gibson reported McCabe was “upset and disappointed” over comments being made about him by Comey.

Jake Gibson: Fired FBI official Andrew McCabe is “upset and disappointed” over comments being made about him by his former boss James Comey, a lawyer for the former deputy said Friday, a day after it emerged McCabe was the subject of a criminal referral sent to US Atty in Washington.

Comey is also now under DOJ investigation over his classified memos.

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