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House Intel Votes To Release Dozens Of Interview Transcripts From Russia Probe

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The House Intelligence Committee voted Tuesday to release dozens of interview transcripts from the panel’s Russia probe, nearly a year after the committee voted to send the documents to the Office of the Director of National Intelligence as part of a review for classified information. The committee interviewed 73 witnesses as part of its broad investigation into Russian interference in ...

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Lindsey Graham Teases Bombshell Revelations About Christopher Steele’s Credibility

Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham said Friday that U.S. officials received as many as six warnings that dossier author Christopher Steele was an unreliable source of information regarding Donald Trump. Graham discussed the assessment of Steele during a radio interview with Sean Hannity, but stopped short of describing all of the information regarding the former British spy because much ...

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DOJ Inspector General Has Completed FISA Abuse Probe, Says Top House Republican

The Justice Department’s inspector general told Attorney General William Barr on Friday that he has completed his investigation into possible FBI abuse of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act during the Trump-Russia probe, according to the top Republican on the House Judiciary Committee. Georgia Rep. Doug Collins disclosed the development in a letter calling on House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler ...

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Andrew McCabe’s Lawyer Wants To Find Out What The Grand Jury Is Up To

A lawyer for Andrew McCabe asked federal prosecutors Thursday whether a grand jury declined to indict the former FBI deputy director this week, when members of the grand jury reportedly reconvened as part of a media leak investigation. In an email to Jessie Liu, the U.S. attorney for Washington, D.C., McCabe lawyer Michael Bromwich referenced rumors from reporters that the ...

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Senators: State Department Watchdog Investigated Christopher Steele Meeting, But Failed To Interview Key Participants

The State Department’s inspector general investigated an October 2016 meeting involving dossier author Christopher Steele, two Republican senators revealed But the inspector general failed to interview key participants in the meeting, the Republicans say Sens. Ron Johnson and Chuck Grassley are also questioning why the State Department watchdog failed to release a report of its investigation  Two Republican senators are ...

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DOJ Rejects Andrew McCabe’s Appeal To Avoid Charges

The Justice Department has denied Andrew McCabe’s appeal to avoid charges for lying to investigators about approving leaks to the media, The Daily Caller News Foundation has confirmed. Fox News reported earlier Thursday that Deputy Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen informed the former FBI deputy director by email that he will reject an appeal that McCabe and his legal team made ...

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Flynn Lawyer Argues Case Should Be Dismissed Over ‘Egregious Government Misconduct’

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An attorney for Michael Flynn said in federal court Tuesday she may seek a dismissal of charges against the former national security adviser, citing “egregious conduct and suppression” of exculpatory information in the case. Prosecutors handling the case had a surprise of their own, telling Judge Emmet Sullivan that they are now reserving the option of recommending jail time for ...

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Andrew McCabe to Fundraise for Democrats as Justice Department Considers His Indictment

Former FBI deputy director and CNN analyst Andrew McCabe will be the keynote speaker at a Democratic Party fundraiser in Pennsylvania in September. News of McCabe’s invitation to headline the Lancaster County Democrats’ annual fall banquet comes as the Justice Department considers whether to indict the 21-year FBI veteran for lying to the bureau about authorizing leaks to the media ...

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Lindsey Graham Urges AG Barr To Declassify Nine Categories Of Information From FISA Abuse Probe

Sen. Lindsey Graham sent a letter to Attorney General William Barr urging him to declassify a slew of documents related to the FISA abuse probe Graham listed nine separate categories of documents that he says should be made public The documents would shed light on how the FBI assessed the infamous Steele dossier, which the FBI used to obtain surveillance ...

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Report: Feds Close To Deciding Whether To Indict CNN Analyst Andrew McCabe

The Justice Department is close to deciding whether to indict Andrew McCabe, the former FBI deputy director and newly minted CNN analyst, on charges of lying to the FBI during a media leak investigation. McCabe’s attorneys met twice last week with Deputy Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen regarding the investigation of McCabe, according to The New York Times. The 21-year FBI ...

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Lindsey Graham Says He Will Advise AG Barr On How To Release Trump-Russia Documents

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Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham said Monday he will meet with Attorney General William Barr this week to discuss how to release documents that he says will paint an “ugly and damning” picture of the FBI’s investigation of the Trump campaign. “I’m going to meet the attorney general this week to talk to him about how to best tell ...

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Lindsey Graham: FISA Abuse Report Will Be ‘Ugly And Damning’ For DOJ, FBI

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Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham said he expects the inspector general’s report into FBI surveillance of the Trump campaign will be “ugly and damning” for the agency and the Department of Justice. In an interview on Fox News, Graham also said that he wants to find out what role the CIA played in the intelligence-gathering operation against the Trump campaign. ...

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