White House: Trump's conversations with McCabe were "non-substantive"
Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said Wednesday that President Trump's conversations with Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe were "limited" and "non-substantive." She did not comment on whether Trump asked McCabe who he voted for in 2016, saying she was not in the room.
The backdrop: The Washington Post reported Tuesday that Trump asked then-Acting Director McCabe who he voted for in the 2016 election during an Oval Office conversation shortly after James Comey was fired. McCabe reportedly found the conversation "disturbing."