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WH Can't Say Whether Trump Asked Acting FBI Director About His Vote

25 January 2018

Ron Johnson (R-WI), chairman of the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee demanding more information on Strzok and Page's communications from FBI Director Christopher Wray, especially about the five months of missing messages stretching over the crucial period of December 2016 to May 2017.

Trump also allegedly spoke out against the political donations McCabe's wife received in the past, and McCabe reportedly characterized the exchange to others as "disturbing".

"We have not discussed any secret societies", Sanders said, "and I couldn't speak to their existence, either". "We're making sure that we're focused on the Federal Bureau of Investigation and DOJ is serving all Americans fairly and efficiently, and we're going to move forward from there".

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ABC's Cecilia Vega brought this up in today's press briefing, asking "does the president make a habit of asking career government officials their voting habits?" "I don't know what's the big deal with that".

McDaniel, however, seemed to think the question wasn't concerning.

"I think it's just a conversation", Ronna Romney McDaniel told CNN's "New Day". "No one should ever ask anyone else who they voted for". I don't know what was discussed.

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Axois reported this week that Attorney General Jeff Sessions, at the behest of Trump, has been pressuring Wray to fire McCabe, and Wray threatened to resign if McCabe was forced out.

Asked Tuesday about reports of Wray's threat to quit, Trump said: "He didn't at all. Nope. And he's gonna do a good job".

"There's a curtain at the voting booth I vote in", he said.

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WH Can't Say Whether Trump Asked Acting FBI Director About His Vote