More Dems offer to hire McCabe

More Dems offer to hire McCabe
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More Democratic lawmakers are coming forward with offers to hire former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabeAndrew George McCabeComey tweets: 'We always emerge stronger from hard times' Sununu on Obama: 'What is this damn fool doing' Bruce Ohr's efforts to secretly reshape the Trump probe started earlier in summer '16 MORE after he was fired Friday, just two days before he was eligible for his pension.

Democratic Reps. Seth MoultonSeth Wilbur MoultonTo cure Congress, elect more former military members Hillicon Valley: North Korean IT firm hit with sanctions | Zuckerberg says Facebook better prepared for midterms | Big win for privacy advocates in Europe | Bezos launches B fund to help children, homeless Dem introduces bill to create federal cybersecurity apprenticeship program MORE (Mass.), Jamie RaskinJamin (Jamie) Ben RaskinDems seek probe into EPA head’s meetings with former clients Hillicon Valley: Trump tries to quell Russia furor | Sparks fly at hearing on social media | First House Republican backs net neutrality bill | Meet the DNC's cyber guru | Sinclair defiant after merger setback Sparks fly at hearing on anti-conservative bias in tech MORE (Md.) and Luis Gutiérrez (Ill.) have all made job offers on Twitter. The lawmakers are extending the offers in an attempt to help McCabe to qualify for his benefits.

“Would be happy to consider this,” Moulton said of hiring McCabe. “The Sixth District of MA would benefit from the wisdom and talent of such an experienced public servant.” 

 

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Raskin made a more direct job offer, telling McCabe to “DM me.”

“Andrew McCabe: I have the need to hire a Special Senior Staff Attorney to help me with my work on the House Judiciary Committee dealing with threats to the Constitution and the rule of law in America. You're perfect for the job,” Raskin said.

 And Gutiérrez has made a similar offer to McCabe. 

Rep. Mark PocanMark William PocanTrump Jr., Dem congressman spar over Ellison's association with Farrakhan Dems seek ways to block Trump support for Saudi-led coalition in Yemen Dems demand Sessions restore asylum for victims of violence MORE (D-Wis.) has also offered to hire McCabe.

McCabe’s spokeswoman said Sunday in response to Pocan's offer that the former FBI official is “considering all options” after his dismissal.

Attorney General Jeff SessionsJefferson (Jeff) Beauregard SessionsThe Hill’s 12:30 Report — Kavanaugh accuser willing to testify | Kavanaugh denies allegations, says he’s willing to testify | 50 days from the midterms Ken Starr backs Mueller, says president 'must be held accountable' The Hill's Morning Report — Sponsored by United Against Nuclear Iran — Kavanaugh confirmation in sudden turmoil MORE fired McCabe on Friday, saying McCabe had made an unauthorized disclosure to the media and wasn’t forthcoming with investigators in an internal review.

McCabe claimed that he was fired to try and undermine special counsel Robert MuellerRobert Swan MuellerSasse: US should applaud choice of Mueller to lead Russia probe MORE’s probe into Russia's election interference, in which he could be a key witness.

He has also denied any allegations of wrongdoing.