Does President Trump send "dog whistles" to some of his supporters? This is what FBI ex-CEO Andrew McCabe told FBO on Friday night during HBO's "Real Time" with Bill Maher. support from the nation's military, police and "cyclists". "This is very worrying and disturbing," McCabe said. "I think it can overestimate a little how much support people and law enforcement and militaries have, and the thing that interests me the most about such claims is not what he means, what the audience actually hears . "
"Which audience are we talking about?" Asked Maher
"So, those people who are looking for the dog's whistle and coded language," says McCabe. statements and they affect me how they interpret what they hear. And they see this as a kind of call to action. "
Saturday celebrates the anniversary of the murder of McCabe by former US Attorney General Jeff Sennes. The next day in the Twitter message, President Trump said that McCabe was "a wonderful day for the hard-working men and women of the FBI." , insisting that work was not done "on a policy basis". Former CEO, who will be 51
Maher also asked McCabe of the allegations that Trump had been linked to Russian organized crime in the 1990s and had sacked money for the Russians. "It's quite possible," McCabe replied. "I can not sit here and confirm with you tonight, but that is quite possible." Florida, mayor Andrew Gilom, a Democrat who lost his candidacy for the governor of Florida last year. Just a few hours before appearing on Maher's show, Gilmuth was at the Los Angeles shopping mall when someone reported an active shooter.
"We are out to be unfounded." This is not normal, "killing two of them before they commit suicide.