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McCabe: Trump May Have Won 'With Aid of Russia'

"I was very concerned that I was able to put the Russia case on absolutely solid ground, in an indelible fashion," former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe told "60 Minutes."

NATO Withdrawal Would Play 'Into Putin's Hands'

"Withdrawing from NATO—even discussing withdrawing from NATO—would be disastrous for the security of the United States," retired Lieutenant General James Clapper said.

Putin Spokesman Backs Up Trump

The Kremlin comments came after reports that the FBI had opened a counterintelligence investigation into whether the president had fallen under Russia's influence.

Trump and Russia: 'Worst-Case Scenario' Possibly True

The FBI launched its investigation to determine whether President Donald Trump was "acting at the behest of [Russia] and somehow following directions, somehow executing their will," FBI counsel James Baker told Congress.

Sanders Slams 'Shameless Fraud' James Comey

Sanders was responding to Comey's remark that Donald Trump was guilty of "lying" about the lawfulness of the FBI's raid on his former attorney Michael Cohen.

James Comey Slams Trump for Calling Cohen a 'Rat'

"There's a set of values that represent the glue of this country, and they are under attack by things just like that," former FBI director James Comey said about Trump's continued attacks on the Russia probe.

Did Giuliani Leak FBI Information to Media?

Former FBI Director James Comey told Congress that Rudy Giuliani "was making statements that appeared to be based on his knowledge of workings inside the FBI New York."

James Comey Says Trump Is Insecure, Mob boss-like

"On 245 occasions, former FBI Director James Comey told House investigators he didn't know, didn't recall, or couldn't remember things when asked. Opened investigations on 4 Americans (not 2) - didn't know who signed off and didn't know Christopher Steele. All lies!" the president wrote.

John Dean: Trump Is Worse Than Nixon

"If I had to channel a little of Richard Nixon, I think he'd tell this president he's going too far," said John Dean, Richard Nixon's White House counsel.

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