Andrew McCabe, a former deputy director of the FBI, on Thursday sued the U.S. Justice Department over his March 2018 firing, alleging his removal from the bureau just before his retirement was unlawful and that his employment benefits should be restored.

McCabe, whose firing came on the night of his long-planned retirement, placed the blame for his termination squarely on one individual: President Donald Trump.

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