They FBI Officials directly involved in the Trump-Russia Probe has been finally exposed, we will be taking a look at the FBI officials and the post they held while in active duty.
The Justice Department inspector general’s report on FBI surveillance of the Trump campaign is expected to focus on the activities of a small handful of FBI officials who led the investigation into possible collusion with Russia.
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Nearly all of the FBI executives who handled the investigation have left the bureau. Some have been fired. Others have resigned under intense scrutiny from the media and White House. Several have become the subject of federal investigations themselves, and two have joined CNN as legal analysts.
Peter Strzok, former deputy chief of counterintelligence
Strzok was fired from the FBI on Aug. 10, 2018, over anti-Trump text messages that he exchanged with Lisa Page, a now-former FBI attorney with whom he was having an affair.
Strzok led both the Hillary Clinton email and Trump-Russia investigations. He opened the latter July 31, 2016.
Andrew McCabe, former FBI deputy director
McCabe was fired March 16, 2018, stemming from an investigation into his authorization of media leaks in October 2016. He is reportedly the subject of a federal grand jury investigation.
The Justice Department inspector general and FBI’s Office of Professional Responsibility found that McCabe displayed a lack of candor regarding his authorization to his top lawyer, Lisa Page, to speak to a Wall Street Journal reporter about the status of an FBI investigation into the Clinton Foundation.
Lisa Page, former counsel to McCabe
Page resigned from the FBI on May 4, 2018, after months of scrutiny over her text messages with Strzok.
Page worked on the Trump-Russia investigation, and also served a short stint on the special counsel’s team. Her departure from the FBI and special counsel’s office does not appear to be directly tied to the scandal involving her text messages.
James Baker, former FBI general counsel
Baker served as FBI general counsel through the Clinton email and Trump-Russia investigations. He left the bureau in May 2018. He has also been the subject of a federal investigation regarding media leaks, reportedly about a topic that does not involve the Clinton or Trump investigations.
Bill Priestap, former chief of counterintelligence
Priestap served as Strzok’s boss at the FBI, where he managed the Trump-Russia investigation. Priestap left his counterintelligence post in December 2018 and retired from the FBI in April 2019.
James Comey, former FBI director
Trump fired Comey on May 9, 2017. The firing was a key focus of the special counsel’s investigation into whether Trump attempted to obstruct the Russia probe.
Kevin Clinesmith, former FBI attorney
REPORTEDLY UNDER INVESTIGATION
Clinesmith was the FBI’s top lawyer on the Russia probe in the early part of 2017. He is reportedly under federal investigation for altering documents that were used in applications for Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act warrants against Carter Page.
Bruce Ohr, former associate deputy attorney general
Ohr served as principal deputy assistant attorney, one of the highest career positions at the Justice Department, until December 2017. He was transferred to a different role after it was learned that he was the FBI’s liaison to Christopher Steele.
Christopher Steele, former FBI confidential human source
Steele has never been an FBI employee, but the former British spy has worked as a paid FBI informant since leaving British government service in 2009. He served as an unpaid confidential human source for the FBI’s Trump-Russia investigation.
The DOJ is still working hard enough to see if there is a connection of all these agents to Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama as sources suggests that they could be the brains behind it.
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