Andrew George McCabe is an American born attorney. In 2016, he started serving as Deputy Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation but resigned recently in January of 2018. He is also best known as the husband of pediatrician and 2015's candidate for the Virginia state senate Jill McCabe. The father of two has had a feud with president Donald Trump and has been criticized by him numerous times.
Born in 1968, the 50-year-old has served in the FBI for a very long time and is a very reputed man. Moreover, being in such a high post, it is evident that he earns a hefty salary. He has an estimated net worth of $11 million, which is a massive amount.
Here we are going to share with you some information about the attorney's net worth salary, career, and awards.
Andrew McCabe net worth and career
As mentioned above, Andrew has an estimated net worth of $11 million as of 2018. According to sources, during his days as a Deputy Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation in 2016, McCabe's annual salary was $160,300. In 2017, before his retirement, it rose to $161,900.
As a U.S. government employee, McCabe is also entitled to a pension, calculated on the basis of his average-highest salary for three years, which comes to $157,800. Based on this amount, Andrew McCabe will be drawing an annual pension of $55,230. It is expected that in his lifetime McCabe will draw the pension amounting to $1.8 million from the government.
Andrew George McCabe with wife Jill McCabe and children
Source: Daily Mail
$11 million is indeed a very massive sum. According to sources, Andrew owns an Audi luxury car which is worth $310,000 along with three other expensive cars. Sources also claim that he has two houses in the United States whose combined worth is around $3 million.
Andrew McCabe career and awards
Andrew started his career in the FBI in the NY Field Office in 1996, when Bill Clinton was the U.S. president. By 2003, he had already started working as a supervisory special agent for the Eurasian Organized Crime Task Force.
Through the early 2000's, he serves in numerous posts of FBI including FBI National Security Branch, director of High-Value Detainee Interrogation Group and others. In 2012, he also secured the arrest of Ahmed Abu Khattala under suspicion of involvement in the 2012 Benghazi attack.
Andrew George McCabe
In 2016, he was appointed as the Deputy Director of the FBI by FBI Director Comey. More than a year later, on 9th May 2017, he became the acting director of the FBI. Andrew was always criticized by President Donald Trump. Later, it was revealed that Attorney General Jeff Sessions was pressurizing FBI Director Wray to fire him.
Not long after that, on 29th January 2018, he resigned from his post and announced that he will be on leave until his retirement is made effective.
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