The sudden resignation of Andrew McCabe, Deputy Director of the FBI has had many pundits questioning how involved the White House may have been. However, Press Secretary, Sarah Sanders, “The President wasn’t part of this decision-making process.”
The catalyst for McCabe’s abrupt resignation was the looming memo. According to Washington State Republican, Cathy McMorris Rodgers, “I have read the four-page memo. What I read was very concerning. I support making it public and getting this done as soon as possible.”
President Trump has had to make a few difficult decisions to make the constitution rise again and move America forward by getting rid of people against the progressive development in the country. Senator of Virginia, Mark Warner, stated in an interview with CNN on Friday that “I think if the President had gone through with this or tries to go through with it on a going forward basis; we’re into uncharted territory, we’re into the real question of the fundamentals of our democracy.”
The president has been quite supportive of a fully transparent investigation. The case against the president has so far failed to provide any case whatsoever that could potentially link Trump’s involvement with Russia. Famed attorney, Ken Starr mentioned on ABC news that “I don’t think that those who have been saying this is obstruction of justice have come forward with pervasive authority and have not addressed what I view as a fundamental question, the power of the presidency.”
However, given the current political climate, and the Russia investigation, it would be no surprise if Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein or special counsel Robert Mueller resigned, following the shocking resignation of Andrew McCabe.