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Archive for October 12th, 2018

FBI Recalls Employees from Asia Amid Allegations of Prostitution, Wild Parties

Photo via FBI

By Steve Neavling
Ticklethewire.com

The FBI has recalled several of its employees working in cities across Asia amid allegations of prostitution and wild parties, the Wall Street Journal reports.

The Justice Department’s inspector general is investigating FBI personnel in about half a dozen cities, including in East and Southeast Asia.

Details of the allegations were murky because the allegations of misconduct are under investigation.

“Upon learning of these allegations of misconduct, action was taken to reassign certain personnel to non-operational roles while the allegations are reviewed,” the FBI said in a statement to CNN. “No additional information will be provided, as the FBI has referred the matter to the DOJ Office of Inspector General.”

The bureau added, “All FBI employees are held to the highest standards of conduct, and allegations against any employee are taken very seriously.”

Trump’s Legal Team Drawing Up Answers to Mueller’s Questions about Collusion

President Trump, via White House

By Steve Neavling
Ticklethewire.com

President Trump’s lawyers are preparing to answer questions from special counsel Robert Mueller about whether the Trump campaign colluded with Russia during the 2016 presidential race.

A source familiar with the matter told several news outlets that Trump’s legal team was preparing answers to the written questions. 

Mueller was appointed in May 2017 to investigate Russia’s interference in the presidential election, leading to numerous indictments. But what remains unclear is whether Trump’s campaign played a direct role in the election meddling.

The written questions are not part of the bigger question over whether Trump will agree to a sit-down interview with Mueller’s team.

Trump has denied any collusion with Russia and repeatedly dismisses the investigation as a which hunt, despite the numerous indictments and guilty pleas since the probe began.