‘Unacceptable’: Johnson and Grassley push FBI to hand over all of Andrew McCabe’s texts

‘Unacceptable’: Johnson and Grassley push FBI to hand over all of Andrew McCabe’s texts


Two top Senate Republicans conducting a joint inquiry into Trump-Russia investigators continued to express their frustration with what they saw as the FBI slow-walking key documents, including hundreds of pages of text messages sent and received by fired FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe.

Senate Homeland Security Chairman Ron Johnson of Wisconsin and Senate Finance Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley of Iowa sent a five-page letter to FBI Director Christopher Wray on Monday night, telling the bureau leader that “it is simply unacceptable that we have waited so long to receive so little.”

“On October 9, 2020, the Federal Bureau of Investigation produced 24 pages of text messages from former-Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, some of which had already been produced to us years ago. This stands in stark contrast to the more than 300 pages of McCabe text messages that the FBI made available for review in a reading room at the Department of Justice,” Johnson and Grassley said.

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