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WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump asked acting FBI director Andrew McCabe who he voted for in the 2016 election in an introductory Oval Office meeting, The Washington Post reported Tuesday, citing several current and former US officials.

Trump also expressed frustration because McCabe’s wife had received “several hundreds of thousands of dollars in donations” when she ran for a Virginia state Senate seat in 2015 from a group with ties to Hillary Clinton, the officials said, according to The Washington Post’s report.

McCabe thought the exchange was “disturbing,” The Post reported one official as saying. Additionally, the conversation is of interest to special counsel Robert Mueller, according to one official cited in The Washington Post report.

Per the report, both Sylvester Stallone and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson have advised Gronk that he could make “millions” in action films.

Indeed he could. But first he must learn how to act. Based on his “role” in the 2017 film You Can’t Have It (given the trailer, I don’t want it), Gronk isn’t a natural.

Gronk is only a natural at being Gronk. If there’s a way to craft a role where Gronk is simply Gronk, then maybe it can work. If he strays beyond being Gronk, that could be a problem.

(Gateway Pundit) – Special counsel Robert Mueller is in bed with friend and former FBI Director James Comey and acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe in an effort to undermine President Trump.

Andrew McCabe took over for Comey following his firing by President Trump. Mueller and Comey are NOT the ringleaders of this swamp fiasco, it turns out that McCabe is the real threat here.

As TGP previously reported, Comey’s replacement as Acting FBI Head, Andrew McCabe, ALSO has ties to the Hillary Clinton campaign. Online publication, Newsweek, is reporting that:

WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump asked acting FBI director Andrew McCabe who he voted for in the 2016 election in an introductory Oval Office meeting, The Washington Post reported Tuesday, citing several current and former US officials.

Trump also expressed frustration because McCabe’s wife had received “several hundreds of thousands of dollars in donations” when she ran for a Virginia state Senate seat in 2015 from a group with ties to Hillary Clinton, the officials said, according to The Washington Post’s report.

McCabe thought the exchange was “disturbing,” The Post reported one official as saying. Additionally, the conversation is of interest to special counsel Robert Mueller, according to one official cited in The Washington Post report.

Per the report, both Sylvester Stallone and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson have advised Gronk that he could make “millions” in action films.

Indeed he could. But first he must learn how to act. Based on his “role” in the 2017 film You Can’t Have It (given the trailer, I don’t want it), Gronk isn’t a natural.

Gronk is only a natural at being Gronk. If there’s a way to craft a role where Gronk is simply Gronk, then maybe it can work. If he strays beyond being Gronk, that could be a problem.

WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump asked acting FBI director Andrew McCabe who he voted for in the 2016 election in an introductory Oval Office meeting, The Washington Post reported Tuesday, citing several current and former US officials.

Trump also expressed frustration because McCabe’s wife had received “several hundreds of thousands of dollars in donations” when she ran for a Virginia state Senate seat in 2015 from a group with ties to Hillary Clinton, the officials said, according to The Washington Post’s report.

McCabe thought the exchange was “disturbing,” The Post reported one official as saying. Additionally, the conversation is of interest to special counsel Robert Mueller, according to one official cited in The Washington Post report.


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