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Damnatio memoriae: No further news transpired on Peter Strzok’s departure from the Mueller’s Investigative team, and no explanations or additional information were provided so far. The mystery is deep… – M.N. – peter strzok – Google Search

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No further news transpired on Peter Strzok’s departure from the Mueller’s Investigative team, and no explanations or additional information were provided so far. The mystery is deep… Curiously enough, it looks like the FBI site blocked all the information about him. Apparently, it was needed. That what they advised:

“No results found. Search instead for:

All these are very interesting search terms, but we would really like to learn more about Mr. Strzok. 

In history, this FBI’s tool of blocking the inconvenient information was called the “damnatio memoriae” and was used without any compunctions and broadly in Stalin’s Russia and Hitler’s Germany. The American idiom for this psychological device is quite straightforward but somewhat superficial and concrete: “Out of sight (and the website, we should add), out of mind”. I doubt very much that this dictum will work sufficiently in the case of Mr. Strzok and the panoply of the related issues connected with him. 

Dear FBI, the suspense and the expectations of the future revelations in your coming arias are quite high in this unforgettable masterpiece of a political opera. Sing! Sing! Sing!

What is going on? 

Is FBI the Stalinist organization? (Sh, sh, sh – do not disclose this best-kept secret in Washington, D.C.)

Please, contact us if you have any valuable information on this subject. 

M.N.

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A top FBI investigator has unexpectedly stepped away from special …

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Peter Strzok, a veteran counterintelligence investigator, is now working for the FBI’s human resources division, according to ABC. It is unclear …
The following article describes Mr. Strzok’s role in “Clinton emails investigation”: 
“The two letters, dated October 23, 2015 and January 20, 2016, and marked “For Official Use Only,” were written by Peter Strzok and Charles H. Kable IV, the section chiefs of the FBI’s counterespionage section, and sent to Gregory B. Starr, the assistant secretary at the State Department’s Bureau of Diplomatic Security. They were written while the FBI was investigating Clinton’s use of an unsecure, private email server and the dissemination of classified information.”
M.N.: The issue of Clinton’s emails might very well has been used as a distraction, to deflect the attention and to divert the resources from Trump and his campaign. By whom? The role of the Russians is very well known and indisputable, but the ultimate players: the Germans? the Israelis? the Mafia? – remain a mystery also, and the most intriguing one. 
Were there any connections between these hypothetical players and Mr. Strzok? This is the hypothetical but not the unreasonable question, and we do not have any answers, or even the attempts to answer, or even the attention and the willingness to discuss this subject in depth, that it deserves, in the mainstream media. Not yet. 

peter strzok is removed – Google News

 

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DOJ: Ex-Manafort Associate Firtash Is Top-Tier Comrade of Russian Mobsters – NBC News

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In a new filing federal prosecutors call Ukrainian oligarch Dmytro Firtash an “upper-echelon” associate of Russian organized crime.

Source: DOJ: Ex-Manafort Associate Firtash Is Top-Tier Comrade of Russian Mobsters – NBC News 

“One of the other partners working with Manafort on the deal was the former exclusive broker for Fred Trump’s properties, Brad Zackson. Fred Trump is the now-deceased father of Donald Trump.

Eventually, documents show, Firtash’s investment company transferred $25 million into escrow to further the project.

Also in 2008, according to a State Department cable posted by WikiLeaks, Firtash told U.S. Ambassador William Taylor that he got his start in business with the permission of one of Russia’s most well-known organized crime bosses, Semion Mogilevich. But Firtash claimed to Taylor that he was forced to deal with such people.” 

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But his all-star legal team, which includes former U.S. Attorney Dan Webb, Clinton White House counsel Lanny Davis and former Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff aren’t waiting for Firtash to land on American soil.

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The Department of Justice has identified a former business associate of ex-Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort as an “upper-echelon [associate] of Russian organized crime.”

The declaration came in a 115-page filing as part of the government’s case against Dmytro Firtash, a Ukrainian oligarch who was once involved in a failed multimillion-dollar deal to buy New York’s Drake Hotel with Manafort, and an important player in the Ukrainian political party for which Manafort worked.

Firtash is being prosecuted for what federal prosecutors in Chicago say was his role in bribing Indian officials in order to get a lucrative mining deal to sell titanium to Boeing.

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The government says that prosecuting Firtash and his co-defendant in the alleged scheme, Andras Knopp, “will disrupt this organized crime group and prevent it from further criminal acts within the United States.”

In 2008, according to court records, Manafort’s firm was involved with Firtash in a plan to redevelop the Drake Hotel for $850 million. Firtash’s company planned to invest more than $100 million, the records say.

One of the other partners working with Manafort on the deal was the former exclusive broker for Fred Trump’s properties, Brad Zackson. Fred Trump is the now-deceased father of Donald Trump.

Eventually, documents show, Firtash’s investment company transferred $25 million into escrow to further the project.

Also in 2008, according to a State Department cable posted by WikiLeaks, Firtash told U.S. Ambassador William Taylor that he got his start in business with the permission of one of Russia’s most well-known organized crime bosses, Semion Mogilevich. But Firtash claimed to Taylor that he was forced to deal with such people.

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Firtash was a major backer of Ukraine’s Party of Regions, the pro-Russian party for which Manafort worked for many years, according to the federal criminal complaint and another leaked State cable. Manafort’s firm made more than $17 million in gross revenue from the party in just two years, according to his recent Foreign Agent Registration Act filing. Another leaked cable said that Manafort’s job in 2006 was to give the Party of Regions an “extreme makeover” and “change its image from … a haven for mobsters into that of a legitimate political party.”

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In interviews and statements to NBC News, Manafort has said he “never had a business relationship” with Firtash. “There was one occasion where an opportunity was explored. … Nothing transpired and no business relationship was ever implemented.”

The government’s 115-page filing came in response to a motion to dismiss by Firtash’s lawyers, who say the government has failed to establish that any crime occurred in the U.S.

In a statement to NBC News, Firtash attorney Dan Webb said the government filing makes two accusations that are not part of the federal indictment — that Firtash is connected to Russian organized crime, and that he made bribe payments intended for individuals in the U.S. Webb said there is “no evidence” that Firtash is linked to organized crime, and the accusation that he made bribe payments “is also false, and that is why the government did not include it as well in its own indictment.”

The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of Illinois did not respond to a request for comment.

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Also in 2008, according to a State Department cable posted by WikiLeaks, Firtash told U.S.Ambassador William Taylor that he got his start in business with the permission of one ofRussia’s most well-known organized crime bosses, Semion Mogilevich.

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Before the start of business, Just Security provides a curated summary of up-to-the-minute developments at home and abroad. Here’s today’s news.

TRUMP-RUSSIA INVESTIGATION

The House Intelligence Committee dropped its subpoena of former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort to appear before it to testify about a meeting he attended last year with Russian lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya, a source familiar with the situation told Josh Dawsey, Madeline Conway and Kyle Cheney at POLITICO.

Manafort was briefly subpoenaed yesterday to appear before the Senate Judiciary Committee this morning, Katie Bo Williams reports at the Hill.

Manafort discussed a June 2016 meeting between Trump’s inner circle and Russian lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya with Senate Intelligence Committee investigators yesterday, according to his spokesperson, in a meeting in which he “answered their questions fully” and passed investigators notes he had taken during the 2016 meeting, Eileen Sullivan and Adam Goldman report at the New York Times.

“We’ll see what happens.” President Trump continued to attack Attorney General Jeff Sessions over his decision to recuse himself from the Russia investigations yesterday, giving an ominous response when asked if he would fire Sessions and repeating an earlier assertion that he would have “picked somebody else” for the job if he’d known that “he was going to recuse himself.” Devlin Barrett, Philip Rucker and Sari Horwitz report at the Washington Post.

“I am very disappointed in Jeff Sessions,” Trump reiterated in an interview with the Wall Street Journalyesterday, without confirming whether he would fire the attorney general. Michael C. Bender reports.

“We’ll come to a resolution soon” on whether to fire Sessions, new White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci said yesterday, adding that “if there’s this level of tension” between President Trump and Sessions “that’s public,” it’s “probably right” to assume that Trump wants Sessions gone, the BBC reports.

White House senior adviser Jared Kushner was interviewed by the House Intelligence Committee for around three hours yesterday, Morgan Chalfant reports a the Hill.

Kushner’s answers were “forthcoming and complete” and he “satisfied all my questions,” the leader of the House Intelligence Committee’s investigation into Trump-Russia collusion Rep. Mike Conway (R-Texas) said yesterday after Kushner’s interview, Kyle Cheney reporting at POLITICO.

Inspector General Michael Horowitz is expected to make his first public statements about the Justice Department’s Office of Inspector General’s little-noticed investigation looking into several key issues in the Russia saga stretching back to before President Trump’s inauguration when he appears before the Senate Judiciary Committee today, Josh Gerstein reports at POLITICO.

President Trump is harming himself, alienating allies and crossing “dangerous” legal and political lines by continuing to demean Attorney General Jeff Sessions, writes the Wall Street Journal editorial board.

President Trump has placed the White House in a “virtual state of war” with the Justice Department amid a high-stakes investigation into possible Trump-Russia collusion over his denigration of Sessions, write Peter Baker, Jeremy W. Peters and Rebecca R. Ruiz at the New York Times.

The argument for retaining Sessions rests on the perception that firing him would give President Trump a free hand to fire special counsel Robert Mueller, but this is wrong and short-sighted: Trump probably has other avenues to get rid of Mueller, he could pardon those under investigation and undercut Mueller’s investigation in that way, and viewing Sessions himself solely through the lens of the Russia investigation “is an insult to the countless Americans who will suffer under Sessions’ extremist reign as attorney general.” Trevor Timm writes at the Guardian.

RUSSIA

A wide-ranging package of sanctions against Russia was approved by the House yesterday in a 419-3 vote that brings President Trump a step closer to a choice he has tried to avoid: whether to sign legislation that undermines his efforts to cool tensions with Moscow, or veto it amid the ongoing investigations into his alleged collusion with Russia during his presidential campaign, writes Matt Felegenheimer at the New York Times.

Trump is waiting for the final legislative package to arrive on his desk which he will “study” to “make sure we get the best deal for the American people possible,” White House spokesperson Sarah Huckabee Sanders said on his behalf yesterday, Mike DeBonis and Karoun Demirjian reports at the Washington Post.

Taking away President Trump’s ability to remove sanctions against Russia could backfire, some European leaders are warning, Michael Birnbaum reporting at the Washington Post.

The new sanctions package harmed the chances of improved U.S.-Russia ties, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov said today, the AP reports.

A “painful” response to the U.S. sanctions package was called for by the head of the foreign relations committee in Russia’s upper house of parliament Konstantin Kosachyov today, Reuters reports.

It is unclear when the Senate will now vote on the measure, with Senate Foreign Relations Committee chairman Bob Corker suggesting Monday that he may want to make some small changes to the bill, report Deidre Walsh and Jeremy Herb at CNN.

The KOREAN PENINSULA

A nuclear strike on “the heart of the U.S.” if it tries to remove leader Kim Jong-un was threatened by North Korea yesterday via its state-run Korean Central News Agency, CNN’s Zachary Cohen and Barbara Starr report.

North Korea will be able to produce a missile capable of reaching the continental U.S. in one year,American intelligence agencies have said, shortening their previous estimate of roughly four years, David E. Sanger reports at the New York Times.

The chairman of the Armed Services Committee Rep. Mac Thornberry (R-Texas) is “increasingly alarmed” by North Korea’s weapons programs, he said yesterday following a classified briefing on the pace of Kim Jong-un’s regime’s missile development, Rebecca Kheel reports at the Hill.

New sanctions against Chinese entities for violating U.N. sanctions against North Korea will soon be issued by the U.S., the acting assistant secretary of the State Department’s Asian Bureau Susan Thornton said yesterday, Ian Talley reporting at the Wall Street Journal.

Progress on a new U.N. resolution imposing additional sanctions on North Korea in response to its recent test of an intercontinental ballistic missile is being made, the U.S. and China said yesterday, Edith M. Lederer reporting at the AP.

North Korean Vice Foreign Minister Choe Hui Choi met with his Philippine counterpart in Manila today ahead of an A.S.E.A.N. security meeting there on Aug. 7, where he is expected to face pressure to halt Pyongyang’s missile tests, Reuters reports.

ISRAEL & PALESTINE

Palestinian worshipers protested outside al-Aqsa mosque yesterday even after Israel removed metal detectors and tensions remain in East Jerusalem as the Islamic Waqf – the administrators of the site – stated that the boycott would continue until Israel restored the status quo before July 14 when the crisis began, which was triggered by the killing of two Israeli policeman by Arab Israelis who had emerged from the mosque. Isabel Kershner reports at the New York Times.

“We will not enter the mosque until these things are implemented,” the head of the Supreme Islamic Committee Ikrema Sabri said yesterday, stating that mass prayer protests would continue outside al-Aqsa mosque until all security measures introduced by Israeli authorities were removed, making the comments following Israel’s decision to remove metal detectors around the site and install surveillance measures instead. Aron Heller and Mohammed Daraghmeh report at the AP.

The violence and rising tensions in Jerusalem “risk turning the Israeli-Palestinian conflict into a religious one and dragging both sides into the vortex of violence with the rest of the region,” the U.N. envoy on Middle East peace Nickolay Mladenov told the U.N. Security Council yesterday, urging all sides to return to “an environment that is conducive to negotiations.” The UN News Centre reports.

Israel has engaged in “aggressive behavior and provocative violation” of the historic agreements at the al-Aqsa Mosque compound, the Palestinian envoy to the U.N. Riyad Mansour said yesterday, calling on U.N. Security Council members to help protect Palestinian access to the contested holy site. Al Jazeera reports.

A Palestinian man entered a Jewish settlement and stabbed three Israelis to death Friday, posting on social media hours before that he would die a martyr and that his knife would answer “the call of al-Aqsa,” the ensuing attack taking place amid heightened tensions and violence in East Jerusalem, the West Bank and in Jordan’s capital of Amman. William Booth explains the situation at Washington Post.

Hamas should not have been removed from the E.U. terror list, the European Court of Justice ruled yesterday, stating that a lower court’s decision to de-list the militant Islamic group was wrong, Mike Corder reports at the AP.

What problems are posed by installing surveillance cameras at al-Aqsa? Zena Tahhan provides an analysis at Al Jazeera.

SYRIA

U.S.-led coalition airstrikes killed at least 18 civilians in the Syrian city of Raqqa and wounded 50 yesterday, according to activist group Raqqa is Being Slaughtered Silently, Al Jazeera reporting.

“I am not somebody that will stand by and let him [Assad] get away with what he tried to do,” President Trump said yesterday at a White House press conference with Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri, also commenting on Lebanese Shi’ite militia group Hezbollah and labelling them “a menace to the Lebanese state, the Lebanese people and the entire region,” Al Jazeera reports.

The U.S. has an important role to play in stabilizing Raqqa after the Islamic State has been militarily defeated, a senior Kurdish official, Ilham Ahmed, said yesterday, calling on the U.S. to provide financial and political support to build democratic structures in Syria. Sarah El Deeb reports at the AP.

Lebanon has been trying to attract Chinese investment to help its efforts to act as a hub for post-war Syria, but barriers remain to Chinese investment, including the continuing war, the lack of a political settlement in Syria, and the complex internal politics of Lebanon. Erika Solomon and Nazih Osseiran report at the Financial Times.

Trump and Russia are “colluding” on Syria, the U.S. military relying on Moscow to avoid being dragged into Syria’s civil war and Trump’s muddled strategy meaning that Russia’s vision for Syria’s future would likely to come to fruition, emboldening the Syrian president, Hezbollah and Iran. Ishaan Tharoor writes at the Washington Post.

U.S.-led airstrikes continue. U.S. and coalition forces carried out 25 airstrikes against Islamic State targets in Syria on July 24. Separately, partner forces conducted two strikes against targets in Iraq. [Central Command]

GULF-ARAB DISPUTE 

Saudi Arabia, U.A.E., Egypt and Bahrain added nine individuals and nine organizations allegedly linked to Qatar to their terror lists, making the move amid the Gulf crisis where four Arab nations diplomatically isolated Qatar for its alleged support and financing of terrorism, Margherita Stancati reports at the Wall Street Journal.

“It comes as a disappointing surprise that the blockading countries are still pursuing this story as part of their smear campaign against Qatar,” Qatar’s communications director Sheikh Saif bin Ahmed Al Thani said today in response to the four Arab nations’ decision, Al Jazeera reports in rolling coverage.

“We cannot compromise with any form of terrorism, we cannot compromise or enter into any form of negotiations,” Egypt’s Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry told a news conference yesterday, following discussions with the E.U. Foreign Affairs Chief Federica Mogherini. Al Jazeera reports.

AFGHANISTAN

Taliban fighters killed 30 Afghan soldiers in an attack on an army base in Kandahar province today, the attack coming after days of intensified fighting across the country and a series of attacks on civilians in the capital of Kabul, Reuters reports.

The Afghan President Ashraf Ghani discusses the difficulties of governing in Afghanistan in an interview with Jessica Donati and Habib Khan Totakhil at the Wall Street Journal yesterday.

Afghanistan’s vast mineral deposits could provide a pretext for continued U.S. presence in the country, with the Trump administration considering sending an envoy to meet with mining officials and President Ghani realizing that President Trump would be intrigued by the possibilities for profitable extraction by Western companies, Mark Landler and James Risen write at the New York Times.

What would happen if the U.S. completely disengaged from Afghanistan? Max Bearak asks a variety of experts and interested parties this question at the Washington Post bearing in mind that the U.S.’ longest war shows no sign of ending any time soon.

IRAN

The U.S. Navy fired warning shots at an Iranian vessel in the Persian Gulf yesterday, a U.S. defense official calling the actions of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (I.R.G.C.) patrol boat “unsafe and unprofessional,” Dion Nissenbaum reports at the Wall Street Journal.

The I.R.G.C. accused the U.S. vessel of being “extremely unprofessional” in its actions, stating that the I.R.G.C. boat was “on routine patrol in the Persian Gulf,”  Courtney Kube, Eoghan MacGuire and Ali Arouzi report at NBC News.

New sanctions against Iran being discussed by the U.S. Congress “will be met with a definitive response,” Iran’s Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araqchi said today, commenting following the House of Representatives’ overwhelming vote in favor of new sanctions on Iran, Russia and North Korea yesterday. Reuters reports.

LIBYA

Two rival Libyan leaders agreed to a ceasefire yesterday in a meeting in Paris with French President Emmanuel Macron, also agreeing to a 10-point plan that included commitments to working toward parliamentary and presidential elections and using the armed forces “strictly” for counterterrorism purposes, the joint declaration forming the basis for further work by the U.N. Libya Envoy. Elaine Ganley and Nadine Achoui-Lesage report at the AP.

“We commit to a ceasefire and to refrain from any use of armed force for any purpose that does not strictly constitute counterterrorism,” the Prime Minister of  the U.N.-backed unity government Fayez Serraj and Gen. Khalifa Hifter of Libya’s self-styled national army said in a joint declaration yesterday, Al Jazeera reporting.

The meeting was “very positive” with both sides sharing a vision to “prioritize a political agreement,” Prime Minister Serraj told FRANCE 24 in an interview following the meeting.

French President Emmanuel Macron praised the rival Libyan leaders for their “courage,” hailing the agreement as “historic,” the AP reports.

TRUMP ADMINISTRATION FOREIGN POLICY

The Venezuelan government’s accusation that the U.S. is working with Mexico and Colombia to oust its president Nicolás Maduro was repeated by Venezuelan Foreign Minister Samuel Moncada yesterday, reports Spanish news agency EFE.

The C.I.A. is entering a “danger zone” where the White House wants it to take aggressive action overseas without developing a clear strategy or the political support required to sustain it, David Ignatius at the Washington Post providing a road map of the dangers that lie ahead.

President Trump’s China-first approach to the North Korean issue has not borne fruit, writes Jamie Fly at Foreign Policy, arguing that the president must pursue a long-term strategic China policy that looks beyond North Korea.

GUANTANAMO BAY

Ex-Guantánamo Bay detainee Abu Wa’el Dhiab tried to travel to Russia in one of four attempts to leave Uruguay where he was resettled following his release, a Uruguayan official confirmed yesterday, Leonardo Haberkorn reports at the AP.

The trial of Ali Charaf Damache on charges of being a recruiter of al-Qaeda in a federal court in Philadelphia will hopefully demonstrate to President Trump that the federal court system is far better equipped to handle such prosecutions than military commissions at Guantánamo Bay will ever be, writes the New York Times editorial board.

OTHER DEVELOPMENTS

The N.S.A. an the F.B.I. improperly searched and disseminated raw intelligence on Americans and failed to properly delete unauthorized intercepts in violation of civil liberty protections during the Obama era, according to newly declassified memos seen by the Hill’s John Solomon.

Rumors that Secretary of State Rex Tillerson planned to leave the agency were denied by spokesperson Heather Nauert yesterday, though she added that Tillerson serves “at the pleasure of the president,” Max Greenwood reports at the Hill.

A criminal investigation into the $28 million purchase of forest camouflage for the Afghan army has been launched, the special inspector general for Afghanistan reconstruction (S.I.G.A.R.) John Sopko said yesterday, explaining that he opened the investigation after it was discovered that the Pentagon have spent over $93 million in taxpayer dollars on Afghan National Army uniforms in a forest camouflage pattern despite there being very few forests in Afghanistan. Ellen Mitchell reports at the Hill.

“Elements” of the Congolese army were accused of digging most of the mass graves identified by the U.N. in the Kasai region of central Democratic Republic of Congo in a report by the U.N. Joint Human Rights Office in Congo, the first time the U.N. has directly suggested that government forces dug the graves discovered after the Kamuina Nsapu group launched an insurrection last August, Al Jazeerareports.

There is support for a plan for the U.K. to take up formal observer status at the E.U.’s bi-weekly foreign policy meetings after Britain exits the bloc, Patrick Wintour reports at the Guardian.

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Amid criminal and congressional Russia inquiries, Justice’s internal watchdog is quietly running its own review of issues linked to last year’s election.

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With special prosecutor Robert Mueller’s criminal inquiry into Russian meddling in the 2016 election now well underway and at least four congressional probes ongoing, it may seem like every aspect of the controversy is already being closely scrutinized.

But there’s also a less-noticed investigation by the Justice Department’s Office of Inspector General, which has been exploring several issues key to the Russia saga since before President Donald Trump’s inauguration.

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Inspector General Michael Horowitz has offered few public indications of the status of his probe, which some lawmakers said he initially told them was expected to be complete by early next year. On Wednesday, he’s likely to make his first public statements at a hearing in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee about the status of his inquiry – and whether he’ll acquiesce to any of the many requests from Republicans and Democrats to expand his review to include the firing of former FBI director James Comey or other developments.

“I think he’ll find a way to engage with the committee on that, while still being a little bit cagey,” said Michael Bromwich, who served as Justice’s inspector general from 1994 to 1999.

About a week before Trump’s inauguration in January, Horowitz announced a multi-faceted probe, focused primarily on whether Comey acted properly in his handling of the FBI’s investigation into classified information found in Hillary Clinton’s private email account.

The inquiry has examined Comey’s decision to make a public statement about the closure of the investigation in July 2016 and to send politically explosive notices to Congress about developments in the case just before Election Day.

Horowitz also announced a determination to try to get to the bottom of election-season leaks from the FBI and the Justice Department, as well as claims that FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe’s judgement in the email probe and other matters may have been tainted by financial support his wife received in a state Senate race from Gov. Terry McAuliffe (D-Va.), a longtime Clinton backer.

Trump has raised that issue repeatedly in recent months, including in tweet on Tuesday morning.

“Problem is that the acting head of the FBI & the person in charge of the Hillary investigation, Andrew McCabe, got $700,000 from H for wife!” the president wrote.

In recent months, Horowitz—an Obama appointee who previously worked in top roles at the Justice Department under Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush—has been on the receiving end of a slew of letters from lawmakers and interest groups, asking him to expand the scope of the inspector general inquiry.

In February, the then-chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah), and the chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, Rep. Bob Goodlatte (R-Va.), asked Horowitz to look into leaks of classified intelligence intercepts about National Security Adviser Michael Flynn.

In March, several Senate Democrats led by Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) asked the inspector general to explore Attorney General Jeff Sessions decision to recuse himself from the Trump-Russia inquiry.

Later that month, Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) urged Horowitz to look at whether White House officials pressured the Justice Department to drop the FBI’s investigation of ties between Russia and the Trump campaign.

In May, Chaffetz asked the inspector general to investigate Trump’s firing of Comey.

And last month, more than 30 House Democrats asked Horowitz to consider whether Sessions violated the terms of his recusal by taking part in Comey’s dismissal.

“One of the first things an IG has to do when lawmakers want you to jump is to figure out how high to jump,” said Bromwich, who runs the Bromwich Group consulting firm and is senior counsel at law firm Robbins Russell. “You’ve got to make careful discriminating judgements about what you do. I think Horowitz and his staff will make individual judgements about what is fairly included or can be fairly included without taking him down a rabbit trail.”

A spokesman for Horowitz declined to comment this week and has repeatedly rebuffed questions about the status of his inquiry. In a recent letter obtained by POLITICO, the inspector general alludes to the possibility that Mueller’s May 17 appointment as special counsel could impact and perhaps even limit what the Justice Department’s permanent internal watchdog office can do.

Horowitz’s letter, sent to Democratic senators more than four months after their request on Sessions’ recusal, notes that Justice has “appointed a Special Counsel to investigate allegations regarding the Russian government interference in the 2016 Presidential election and related matters.”

“We are continuing to assess what, if any, additional review would be appropriate for the OIG to undertake and will update you as appropriate,” Horowitz wrote on July 14, days before he was first scheduled to testify to Senate Judiciary.

The inspector general’s response raises the question of whether Mueller and Horowitz are coordinating and whether the inspector general may be asked to step back in certain areas while given the green light in others.

A spokesman for Mueller declined to comment for this story. Horowitz’s comments at the hearing may also give hints into what Mueller is up to.

For instance, it seems certain that Comey’s firing is now under examination by Mueller, but it’s less clear whether the special prosecutor will seek to explore in detail Comey’s explanations for his actions in the Clinton email probe.

“Some of the details of the probe now seem to overlap at least somewhat with what Mueller is doing,” Bromwich said. “I’m sure they’ve talked and Mueller’s criminal investigation would take preeminence and I’m sure Michael will defer to some extent to him.”

At a hearing just days before he was fired, Comey said he welcomed the inspector general investigation into his decisions.

“Yes, I’ve been interviewed. The Inspector General’s inspecting me look and looking at my conduct in the course of the e-mail investigation, which—I know this sounds like a crazy thing to say—I encourage,” Comey told the Senate Judiciary Committee on May 3.

Comey also pointed to one key feature of an inspector general inquiry: unlike a criminal investigation, it traditionally culminates in a public report.

“I want that inspection because…I want my story told because some of its classified but, also, if I did something wrong, I want to hear that. I don’t think I did, but, yes, I’ve been interviewed and I’m sure I’ll be interviewed again,” the then-FBI chief said.

At a committee meeting in May, Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) said Horowitz had assured his staff that the investigation would move forward, despite the fact that Comey’s dismissal obviated the possibility of any punishment for violating department policies or regulations.

“Through my staff, I had conversations because we had heard that because of Comey going that he might not continue that investigation,” the Iowa senator told colleagues. “He’s informed me that he was going to continue the investigation and, if there was any attempt to stop him from continuing that investigation, he’s going to let the whole world know.”

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"Russia isn't delivering for Trump", and "Trump isn't delivering for Russia". So, what is the deal, and who are the dealers?!

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“Russia isn’t delivering for Trump”, and “Trump isn’t delivering for Russia”. So, what’s the deal, and who are the dealers?! Ask the Germans, they know but won’t tell… 

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Washington Post’s YouTube Videos: Gunmen attack bus carrying Coptic Christians in Egypt
 

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Gunmen left at least 28 people dead after attacking a bus in the Minya region of Egypt on May 26. Read more: http://wapo.st/2rpGdjP

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AFP’s YouTube Videos: Britain arrests ‘large part’ of Manchester attack network
 

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Britain has arrested a “large part” of the network behind Manchester’s suicide bomb attack, police say, with Chief Constable Ian Hopkins of the Greater Manchester Police stating “there’s been loads of progress in the investigation” during a press conference in Manchester.

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Protesters block highway, clash with police

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Clinton: Trump budget an ‘attack of unimaginable cruelty’

WELLESLEY, Mass. (AP) — Hillary Clinton peppered her Wellesley College commencement address Friday with barbs aimed at her rival in last year's presidential election, criticizing President Donald Trump's budget proposal as a mean-spirited "con."…
World Leaders Increase Pressure on Trump to Stay in the Paris Accord – New York Times
 

World Leaders Increase Pressure on Trump to Stay in the Paris Accord
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TAORMINA, Italy World leaders on Friday intensified their pressure on President Trump to keep the United States in the Paris climate agreement, as negotiators for seven Western powers labored to bridge differences between Mr. Trump and his …and more »

Boehner Says Trump Is ‘Still Learning How To Be President’ – Western Journalism
 


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Former House Speaker John Boehner said President Donald Trump is still in the learning phase of his presidency during a candid discussion Wednesday on Trump’s first 100 days in office. Boehner said Wednesday at the KPMG Global Energy Conference …and more »

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