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Sessions may fire top FBI official Andrew McCabe before pension eligibility

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The FBI's Office of Professional Responsibility has recommended firing former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, who remains on the payroll. The recommendation is now before Attorney General Jeff Sessions. OPR has already determined that McCabe should be fired and it's now up to Sessions whether to reverse that recommendation or to accept it. McCabe — who has been attacked by President Donald Trump and other Republicans for alleged anti-Trump bias inside the FBI — had previously announced his intention to leave and is due to retire this weekend. If Sessions were to fire him before then, it would place McCabe's federal pension at risk.
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