Andrew Mccabe, FBI, Director discussed on WBZ Afternoon News


From the president. His team and for many other elected Republican officials in Washington have been a Republican for 40 years. I've raised money for Republican candidates. I've knocked doors for Republican candidates. I've answered and made phone calls for Republican candidates. But this latest move to employ the Department of Justice and all of this Is so wildly inappropriate. Installing an orderly transition process, especially at a time like this is equally unacceptable Governor shows if the Trump campaign does have a legitimate legal challenges, it should bring them to court. He adds that he's heard of none on the scale that could affect the outcome of the election. Meantime, war leaders the weighing in on the US election, U. S. President Donald Trump has been unwilling to accept the results of the November 3rd election. Not so for some of his counterparts around the world. Prime minister of Ireland has had what he calls a warm and engaging phone call with Joe Biden. Likewise, Germany's Angela Merkel has offered her congratulations and pledges of support. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson spoke to bite as well and invited him to the climate change summit in Scotland next year. Jim Ryan. ABC NEWS Wilmington, Delaware. Former Acting FBI director Andrew McCabe appeared today before the Senate Judiciary Committee and defended in his opening statement the FBI's decision to investigate whether Russians meddled in the 2016 election. Called it an obligation our duty to do so because of information that had been brought to its attention in response to questioning. McCabe also said this about the FBI's investigation, which ultimately led to the Russia probe. We had many reasons to believe that the president might himself pose a danger to national security, and that he might have engaged in obstruction of justice. If the firing of the director and those other things were geared towards eliminating or stopping our investigation of Russian Active. McCabe for a brief time led the FBI after James Comey was fired in 2017 as director 5 48 in New Hampshire Senator Jeanne Shaheen is reviewing her call for passage of comprehensive Corona virus relief legislation, she says with the U. S for passing 10 million cases and record high surges across the country, including in New Hampshire. Congress needs to respond. The Democratic senator says Senate Republicans must stop what she describes his foot dragging and partisan obstruction that is hurting those who need assistance. The most There are new sign the job market is slowing down from the boost that got this summer. The government reports that the number of job openings in September was up on Lee slightly to 6.4 million, and there was a little change to the closely watched quits rate, which is an indicator of people leaving for a better paying jobs. The largest numbers of people quitting for other jobs occurred in services and construction. Employers added 638,000 jobs in October, which was down slightly from the prior month. That is CBS's Jason Brooks Boston Connection to disgrace. Cardinal Theodore McCarrick and 2015 Cardinal Sean O'Malley was sent a letter warning of theater McCarrick's behavior, alleging the different cardinal would often abuse. Other Somali says he never saw that letter in 2018 O'Malley apologized. O'Malley was sent the letter because of its position with the Pontifical Commission for the Protection of Minors. Karen Regal W B Z Boston's NewsRadio. NASA astronauts sir speaking out ahead of their launch this weekend, with space X astronauts Michael Hopkins, Victor Glover and Shannon Walker, along with a Japan aerospace exploration agency. Astronaut will be riding on top of Space X Falcon nine rocket. Speaking at a virtual press conference today, Commander Hopkins said final preparations underway and the crew is ready. As a crew. We're ready. We're ready for this launch. We are ready for the six month support that is waiting for us on board the International space station and we're ready for the return. Astronauts are scheduled to take off on Saturday at 7:49 P.m. eastern time. I'll spend about six months at the international space Station. The pilot and second in command, Viktor Glover.

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