Former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe loses bid to stop him from being indicted for 'lack of candor' during probe into Hillary Clinton email investigation | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe loses bid to stop him from being indicted for 'lack of candor' during probe into Hillary Clinton email investigation

A U.S. attorney for Washington D.C. has recommended going forward with criminal charges against former FBI Acting Director Andrew McCabe, following a scathing Inspector General's report on his conduct during the Clinton email probe.

U.S. Attorney Jessie Liu recommended moving ahead with charges, prompting a failed appeal by McCabe's lawyers to appeal the decision, Fox News reported.

McCabe's team appealed the matter to the deputy attorney general at the main Justice Department, without success. 'The Department rejected your appeal of the United States Attorney's Office's decision in this matter. Any further inquiries should be directed to the United States Attorney's Office,' according to an email Justice provided in response.

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