Will FBI Director Andrew McCabe Be Fired Next Week? Trey Gowdy Thinks So – VIDEO

Apparently Trey Gowdy knows something we don’t. It appears so as he has predicted that FBI Director Andrew McCabe will be fired by next week. At this point it seems very clear that McCabe has been a very impartial investigator when it comes to President Trump and Hillary Clinton.

While making an appearance on Fox News, Gowdy predicated that will be fired by the time his scheduled appearance in front of the House happens next week.

“I’ll be a little bit surprised if he is still an employee of the FBI this time next week,” Gowdy said to Fox News when he was questions on McCabe’s scheduled hearing.

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Per The Gateway Pundit:

FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe abruptly cancelled an appearance before the House Intelligence Committee scheduled for Tuesday. Sources told Fox News reporter Chad Pergram that they believe McCabe canceled on the panel over fears he would be asked about recently demoted Justice Department official Bruce Ohr’s wife, who worked for Fusion GPS during the 2016 presidential election.

The hearing was moved back to December 19th.

“We have a commitment, again, that McCabe is going to show up next Tuesday [Dec. 19] at 2:00,” Rep. Devin Nunes said to Fox News.

It is looking very likely that McCabe is on the way out.

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