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Opinion | The Justice Department is the real casualty of the McCabe firing
President Trump's gleeful response to the firing of Andrew McCabe raises questions about the motivation behind the senior FBI official's ouster. Lawfare deputy managing editor Quinta Jurecic breaks down the latest in what Trump calls a “witch hunt.”
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