Prosecutors interviewed fired FBI director James Comey and are considering whether his deputy Andrew McCabe should be charged for lying to federal agents, a report suggests.
Investigators from the D.C. U.S. Attorney's Office recently spoke to Comey as part of their probe into whether McCabe broke the law, The Washington Post reported.
Justice Department Inspector General Michael E. Horowitz has accused McCabe of misleading investigators.
He has also accused Comey of lying four times — three of them under oath.
Lying to investigators carries a five-year prison sentence, but McCabe has denied any wrongdoing.iPhone transfer software
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Prosecutors interviewed fired FBI director James Comey (left) and are considering whether his deputy Andrew McCabe (right) should be charged for lying to federal agents, a report suggests
Michael R. Bromwich, McCabe's lawyer, said in a statement to the Post: 'A little more than a month ago, we confirmed that we had been