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February fourteenth coming up on KCBS former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe is off the hook and I'm Jennifer Hodges a Silicon Valley report on issues we all deal with we have now the distinction of some of the nation's worst traffic I'm Peter finch this is Casey B. S. clears up right at the end of a week of controversy involving the justice department and various friends and perceived enemies of the president came more that one man he repeatedly wanted prosecuted will not be a former number two what the FBI will trigger the Russia investigation of Mr trump and his campaign Andrew McCabe correspondent Paul reed during an inspector general reports that the internal watchdog for the justice department during one of their investigations they uncovered evidence that McCain had misled the department about disclosures he made to Wall Street journal a reporter about the Clinton foundation and he's basically been in legal limbo for the past two years wondering if he was going to face criminal charges the justice department's answer now is no he will not rule University law professor Laurie Levenson this is a case where they're not going after somebody the president wanted them to go after so I would suspect there's at least some type of discussion if not friction between the president and the Attorney General CBS news update on Tom Foley