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John Ratcliffe: Change In Status Of Durham Investigation Is ‘Not A Coincidence’

Texas Rep. John Ratcliffe said Sunday that it “is not a coincidence” the investigation into the origins of the Trump-Russia investigation morphed into a criminal matter just as the Justice Department’s inspector general is set to release a report of FBI surveillance abuse against the Trump campaign. Ratcliffe was responding to reports that John Durham, the U.S. attorney in Connecticut, ...

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Judge Orders DOJ To Give Mueller Grand Jury Material To House Democrats

A federal judge on Friday ordered the Justice Department to provide grand jury materials from the special counsel’s investigation to the House Judiciary Committee, in what will be hailed as a major legal win for congressional Democrats. Judge Beryl Howell set Oct. 30 as the deadline for DOJ to provide grand jury information cited in the special counsel’s report, which ...

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CNN Fails To Disclose Key Facts About Andrew McCabe In Interview About DOJ Criminal Investigation

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CNN interviewed Andrew McCabe on Friday about developments in a Justice Department criminal investigation of the origins of the Trump-Russia probe, but the network failed to disclose that the former FBI deputy director is suing the Justice Department and is under criminal investigation himself. Interviewed by CNN’s Jim Sciutto, McCabe, a CNN analyst, was largely critical of the investigation, which ...

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BREAKING: FISA Abuse Report Is ‘Lengthy’ And Has ‘Few’ Redactions, DOJ Watchdog Tells Congress

The Justice Department inspector general’s report on possible FBI abuse of the foreign surveillance process is “lengthy,” and is likely to be made public with “few” redactions, the inspector general told lawmakers on Thursday, according to a letter obtained by The Daily Caller News Foundation. Michael Horowitz, the inspector general, informed Republicans and Democrats on four congressional committees with a ...

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DOJ Publishes Docs on Spygate: ‘It is clear we were all duped including the DOJ and both houses of Congress’

The Justice Department has quietly ramped up its release of documents related to the Trump-Russia probe. The agency in recent weeks has started publishing documents related to an array of topics, including Fusion GPS, Christopher Steele, Bruce Ohr, and Peter Strzok. One document released on Wednesday shows that former Trump lawyer John Dowd asked Rod Rosenstein to help investigate Fusion ...

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NYT: DOJ Inquiry Into Origins Of Trump-Russia Probe Is Now A Full-Blown Criminal Investigation

What began as an administrative review of the origins of the Trump-Russia investigation is now a full-blown criminal probe, according to a report Thursday. The shift, reported by The New York Times, opens up several investigative techniques for John Durham, the U.S. attorney from Connecticut who is leading the investigation. Durham can now subpoena witnesses, present evidence to a grand ...

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Report: Brennan And Clapper To Be Interviewed As Part Of Investigation Into Russia Probe Origins

U.S. Attorney John Durham intends to interview former CIA Director John Brennan as part of his investigation into U.S. intelligence agencies’ activities in the Trump-Russia probe, according to NBC News. Brennan told NBC News, where he is an analyst, that both he and James Clapper, the former director of national intelligence, are sought for interviews with Durham’s investigators. The interviews, ...

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British Intelligence Questioned Christopher Steele’s Judgment In Assessment Given To FBI

British intelligence told the FBI that dossier author Christopher Steele sometimes showed questionable judgment regarding investigative targets, according to a new report that could preview some of the findings in a highly-anticipated Justice Department watchdog report of FBI surveillance against the Trump campaign. The New York Times reports that investigators with the Justice Department’s office of the inspector general (OIG) ...

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Report: John Durham Has Expanded Investigation Of CIA, FBI Activities

The U.S. attorney probing FBI and CIA counterintelligence activities related to the Trump campaign has expanded the scope of the inquiry, according to Fox News. John Durham, the U.S. attorney in Connecticut, is using additional agents and resources as part of the inquiry, which is also looking at the activities of foreign intelligence agencies. Senior administration officials told Fox News’ ...

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Report: AG Barr Ramping Up Probe Of CIA, FBI Activities In 2016

Attorney General William Barr has met with foreign intelligence officials, including during a trip to Italy earlier in September, regarding an investigation into surveillance activities against the Trump campaign, The Washington Post reported. Barr was joined in the meeting by John Durham, the U.S. attorney in Connecticut, WaPo reported, citing anonymous sources familiar with the matter. Barr tapped Durham earlier ...

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Revenge: Andrew McCabe Suggests DOJ Inspector General Should Be Replaced

Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe suggested Thursday that Michael Horowitz should be replaced as Justice Department inspector general, with no pushback from CNN host John Berman. McCabe, a CNN contributor, was on the network to discuss a mysterious case involving the intelligence community inspector general (ICIG), who is reportedly handling a whistleblower complaint involving President Trump. During the conversation, ...

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House Republicans Maintain Pressure On Democrats To Hold FISA Abuse Hearing

Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz said Wednesday that House Democrats have not contacted him to testify about his anticipated report on potential FBI surveillance abuse during the Trump-Russia probe. Republicans quizzed Horowitz during a House Oversight subcommittee hearing about the forthcoming report, which looks at whether the FBI improperly surveilled Trump campaign adviser Carter Page. Horowitz declined to provide ...

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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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