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Archive for June 26th, 2018

Mueller Team Could Produce Indictments Addressing Collusion By Fall, Bloomberg News Reports

Special counsel Robert Mueller. Photo via FBI.

By Allan Lengel
ticklethewire.com

Do folks in the Trump camp need to keep worrying about the Robert Mueller probe?

Bloomberg News, citing a “person familiar with the probe,” reports that Mueller is preparing to accelerate his probe into possible collusion between Donald Trump’s presidential campaign and Russians in the 2016 election.

The source tells Bloomberg that the Mueller team hopes to possibly produce indictments related to collusion by fall.  Mueller, the source says, hopes to soon turn his full attention to the issue, including whether  Trump obstructed justice.

 

Ex-Secret Service Agent’s Column: Maxine Waters’ Comments Are Dangerous

Jonathan Wackrow is a CNN law enforcement analyst and former agent with the US Secret Service, serving in the presidential protection division.

Jonathan Wackrow (Linkedin photo)

By Jonathan Wackrow
CNN

Over the weekend, Rep. Maxine Waters — a vocal critic of President Donald Trump — directly called for her supporters to publicly confront members of the Trump administration over a “zero-tolerance” policy that separated children from parents who illegally crossed the southern border.

Protest and demonstration is common in our political environment, but the remarks by Waters, a California Democrat, signal not just dissent, they introduce the possibility of direct harassment of government officials — and not just in the public arena but in their private activities as well.

“For these members of his Cabinet who remain and try to defend him, they’re not going to be able to go to a restaurant, to be able to stop at a gas station, to be able to shop at a department store. The people are going to turn on them, they’re going to protest, they’re going to absolutely harass them until they tell the President: ‘No, I can’t hang with you,'” said Waters over the weekend during an interview.

These statements go beyond breaking the norms of civil discourse; they are dangerous, as they can be misinterpreted as a call to physical action or harm against an individual and people who associate with them.

To read the full column click here. 

FBI Director Wray Says Bureau Should Learn Lessons from IG Report

Christopher Wray (File photo)

By Allan Lengel
ticklethewire.com

FBI, Director Christopher Wray addressed a gathering of former and current federal agents near Los Angeles International Airport on Monday, saying the bureau must learn lessons from the critical Inspector General report, ABC News reports.

“We’re going to make sure that even though the report didn’t find bias actually impacted the investigation, that’s not good enough for me,” Wray said. “I want to make sure everybody understands the lessons of the report. We are doing in-depth training on the findings.”

Wray then laid out his plan for moving the FBI forward.

“So these are challenging times for the organization,” he said. “We’re having our turn in the barrel.”

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