McCabe who was also the acting Director of the FBI after James Comey was fired will use this as an opportunity to show how he was only trying to save a country that Trump was destroying.
Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe is following in the footsteps of his boss, fired FBI Director James Comey, inking a deal with St. Martin's Press to write a tell-all book about his time in the Trump Administration.
McCabe was fired from the FBI last spring, just days before he was set to retire, after the FBI Inspector General discovered McCabe "lacked candor" when questioned about allowing his agents to speak to members of the media. McCabe, who is independently wealthy, famously raised $500,000 on GoFundMe from the anti-Trump "Resistance" to launch an appeal of his termination.
It seems, though, that McCabe intends to get his revenge on the Trump Administration in print, instead.
The Minneapolis Star-Tribune reports that McCabe's forthcoming memoir, already titled "The Threat: How the FBI Protects America in the Age of Terror and Trump," will recount "a series of troubling, contradictory, and often bizarre conversations" McCabe reportedly had with "Trump and other high officials that led him to believe the 'actions of this President and his administration undermine the FBI and the entire intelligence community.'"