President Trump rages against FBI's handling of Andrew McCabe's 'text massages' in typo tweet

President Trump raged against the FBI and rehashed his grievances against fired Deputy Director Andrew McCabe during a Saturday morning Twitter tantrum rendered a joke by his inability to proofread.

“Why isn’t the FBI giving Andrew McCabe text massages to Judicial Watch or appropriate government authorities,” he wondered. “FBI said they won’t give up even one (I may have to get involved, DO NOT DESTROY), What are they hiding? McCabe wife took big campaign dollars from Hillary people….”

The “text massages” typo remained online for more than a half hour before it was deleted and corrected with the appropriate “text messages.” Still, it was plenty of time for social media users to screen-grab the error and poke fun at the President’s mistake — the latest on a long list of Twitter typos.

Trump also took aim at former FBI director James Comey as well as agents Peter Strzok and “his lover, the lovely Lisa Page.”

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Strzok and Page exchanged a series of text messages amid the 2016 Presidential campaign that were highly critical of then-candidate Trump. All three of them worked together on the FBI’s probe into Hillary Clinton’s emails as well as special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia collusion investigation — which Trump has repeatedly branded a “witch hunt.”

He has also often accused the bureau of bias and has held up Strzok and Page as examples.

Judicial Watch, a right-leaning watchdog group, through the Freedom of Information Act has been seeking a selection of communications and text messages from top FBI officials, including those of McCabe, who served as the FBI’s Deputy Director until he was fired — just a month shy of retirement — in March.

Trump has often targeted McCabe, claiming he abused his position in exchange for donations to his wife’s Democratic congressional campaign. The funds came from a PAC helmed by Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe, who was chair of Clinton’s 2008 campaign.

An Inspector General’s Report, cited to justify McCabe’s prompt firing, concluded the former deputy director violated Justice Department policy in authorizing an aide to speak with the Wall Street Journal for its probe into the Clinton Foundation. The report pointed to a "lack of candor, including under oath” as the primary reason behind his dismissal.

“Andrew McCabe FIRED, a great day for the hard working men and women of the FBI - A great day for Democracy. Sanctimonious James Comey was his boss and made McCabe look like a choirboy. He knew all about the lies and corruption going on at the highest levels of the FBI!” Trump tweeted back in March.

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McCabe at the time fired back against the “false, defamatory and degrading” allegations regarding his wife’s congressional run.

"The big picture is a tale of what can happen when law enforcement is politicized, public servants are attacked, and people who are supposed to cherish and protect our institutions become instruments for damaging those institutions and people," he argued, dubbing his dismissal "part of this administration's ongoing war on the FBI and the efforts of [Special Counsel Robert Mueller's Russia] investigation.”