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Archive for July 19th, 2018

Secret Service Agent on Trump Detail in Scotland Dies at Age 42

By Allan Lengel
ticklethewire.com

U.S. Secret Service agent Noel E. Remagen died after suffering a stroke while supporting President Donald Trump’s trip to Scotland, CNN reports.

The 42-year-old agent was working on protection for national security adviser John Bolton on the midnight shift when he was found to be unresponsive by colleagues at Trump’s Turnberry resort Saturday night, CNN reports.

He was rushed to Queen Elizabeth University Hospital in Glasgow. A Secret Service press release says he passed away on Tuesday.

Remagen is survived by a wife and two small children, and was the son of a retired Secret Service employee.

Investor’s Business Daily Editorial: Did FBI Ignore Evidence That A ‘Foreign Entity’ Hacked Clinton’s Emails?

By Investor’s Business Daily
Editorial

Email Scandal: Last week we learned that a “foreign entity” may have been secretly receiving Hillary Clinton’s emails while she was Secretary of State, including many that contained classified information. And that the FBI apparently ignored this information during its “investigation.” The reaction by the press to this bombshell? Crickets.

At one point during Peter Strzok’s congressional testimony last week, Rep. Louie Gohmert made a stunning claim: FBI investigators were told that Clinton’s emails had been surreptitiously forwarded to a “foreign entity.” And the FBI investigators who were allegedly conducting a thorough, unbiased, professional probe into Clinton’s mishandling of classified materials ignored it.

To read the full editorial click here.

 

FBI Director Wray on Putin’s Offer: No Thanks

FBI Director Christopher Wray (file photo)

By Allan Lengel
ticklethewire.com

Thanks but no thanks.

That’s the message from FBI Director Christopher Wray, who says he’s not interested in Russian President Vladimir Putin’s offer to have American investigators go to Russia to observe interviews of suspects wanted by the U.S.

“I never want to say never, but it’s certainly not high on our list of investigative techniques,” Wray said wryly at the Aspen Security Forum in Colorado on Wednesday, according to Bloomberg News.

Wray also dismissed Putin’s proposed that Russian investigators be allowed to come to the U.S. and observe questioning of suspects that they’re interested in.

“That’s probably even lower on our list of investigative techniques,” Wray said.

On the Mueller probe, Wray said:

“I think it’s a professional investigation conducted by a man that I’ve known to be a straight shooter.”