Not once does Robert Mueller mention an investigation into whether Russia interfered with the presidential election by feeding dossier author Christopher Steele misinformation.
“Literally, I learned about the investigation into Trump as a private citizen in the freaking Washington Post,” Rhodes said.
When Special Counsel Robert Mueller released his 448-page report on Russian interference in the 2016 election, some of the conclusions debunkedmany misleading, and anonymously sourced, conspiracy theories.
James Baker’s newly released testimony confirmed what former acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe previously said about national security officials strategizing to remove President Trump from office.
The 268-page Bruce Ohr interview transcript provides some clarity, some comfort, but also more concerns over the handling of the Russia investigation.
The true scandal is not the swirling gossip that Rod Rosenstein mentioned the 25th Amendment, but what has been front and center for more than two years: It’s the dossier, stupid!
Andrew McCabe’s motivation is to put blame on Rod Rosenstein, and excuse actions taken at the FBI by making it seem as if they were small-ball compared to Rosenstein’s at the DOJ.
Notes Bruce Ohr took during a November 2016 meeting with former FBI employees Peter Strzok and Lisa Page strongly suggest the couple helped devise the work-around.
Federal judge Amit P. Mehta rejected the government’s claim that responding to BuzzFeed’s discovery request ‘would compromise sensitive law enforcement interests.’
A U.S. district judge ruled that the information is relevant to the BuzzFeed trial, does not place undue burden on the government, and will not disclose privileged information.
New e-mails show that FBI brass discussed details about James Comey’s Steele dossier briefing for Trump with CNN days before CNN published its report on the matter.
The Washington Post’s attempt to exonerate James Clapper from the charge of leaking ignores basic facts, common sense, and even an acknowledgement from House Democrats that he leaked to CNN while still in government.
A declassified congressional report confirms that Daniel Jones, a former intelligence committee staffer for Sen. Dianne Feinstein, hired Fusion GPS and Christopher Steele to push the Russian collusion narrative against Donald Trump.
A newly declassified report on Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. elections reveals that former intelligence chief James Clapper lied to Congress about information he shared with CNN on the infamous Steele dossier.
New memos suggest Comey briefing of Trump was a setup to fuel leaks and media coverage of an unverified and salacious dossier.
More big details will likely come from twin U.S. libel lawsuits on a Democrat-funded opposition research dossier from a former British spy used to authorize spying on a U.S. citizen.
Did the Washington Post omit significant information about the people behind both the Russian dossier and the Clinton campaign’s opposition research?
Those who immediately dismiss the Fusion GPS story only reveal that they were never serious about the Russian interference to begin with.
Journalists can’t push a Russia collusion narrative for a year then go silent because it turns out Russians paid a shady opposition research firm that happens to employ a bunch of their close friends.
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