Does President Trump send "dog whistles" to some of his supporters? That's what the former FBI Acting Director Andrew McCabe said he was frightened on Friday night with a look at Bill Maher's "Real Time in HBO".
Maher loves McCabe about Trump's statement made on Breitbart News last week, specifically Trump's support from the country's military, police and bikers.
"It's very disturbing and relevant," McCabe said. "I think he can greatly increase the extent of his support from people and law enforcement and military. The thing that matters most to me about such statements does not mean that, but the audience that's it. " "Which audiences are we talking about?" Maher
"So, people looking for dog whistle and coded language," McCabe responded. "They receive inappropriate and unreliable texts and messages and these statements are about me how they interpret what they hear, and they see that as a kind of call to action." [1
On Friday, McCabe defended his former FBI colleagues and their investigation on Trump's possible connections to Russia, enacting work was not "politically based." The former acting director, who will be 51 on Monday, has also defended the email inquiry by former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
"What we have seen is not enough on the base a request for a charge," McCabe said.
Maher also asked McCabe about allegations that Trump was related to the organized crime of Russia in the 1990s and to cure money for the Russians
"It is possible," McCabe said. "I can not sit here and confirm tonight, but it's possible."
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Other guests appearing on Maher's show Friday with former Tallahassee, Fla., Mayor Andrew Gillum, a Democrat who lost a bid for the governor of Florida last year. Just a few hours before his appearance on Maher's show, Gillum is inside a shopping mall in Los Angeles when someone reports an active shooter.
"We're safe," Gillum said after the authorities could determine the reports of a gunman to be unfounded. "It's not normal."
Gillum's time as mayor (2014-2018) was at least one high-publicized shooting incident: In August, an armed suspect entered a venue in Tallahassee where a video game tournament began and began firing at the attendees, killed two of them before slaughtering himself.