WASHINGTON DC: FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, who has drawn criticism from President Donald Trump, has stepped down from his current role, several weeks earlier than his expected retirement date.
McCabe had been expected to leave the federal law enforcement agency as its No. 2 official in March but will be on leave until his retirement date.
Representatives for the Federal Bureau of Investigation did not immediately reply to a request for comment.
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