DOJ Removes Associate Deputy Attorney General From His Position

Associate deputy attorney general Bruce G. Ohr was removed from his position due to involvement in the Russian Dossier issue. It seems that Mr. Ohr was keeping the wrong kind of company during the investigation. It seems that he had contacts last year with dossier author Christopher Steele and with Glenn Simpson, the co-founder of Fusion GPS.

Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s team is already suffering from the revelations of bias by FBI Agent Peter Strzok and Strzok’s girlfriend. This just casts more doubts as to the real objectives of the Mueller Witch Hunt. The House Intelligence Committee is preparing to subpoena Ohr regarding his contacts with Fusion GPS. This could be interesting.

As Written By Chuck Ross for the Daily Caller:

The Department of Justice has demoted a top official over his contacts with the former British spy who authored the Trump dossier as well as with Fusion GPS, the opposition research firm that commissioned the salacious document.

Fox News reports that Bruce G. Ohr was removed from his position as associate deputy attorney general on Wednesday. Ohr, who worked in close proximity to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, had contacts last year with dossier author Christopher Steele as well as with Glenn Simpson, the co-founder of Fusion GPS.

A Justice Department spokesperson confirmed to The Daily Caller that Ohr was no longer working in the office of the deputy attorney general.

According to Fox News, Ohr met Steele at some point during the presidential campaign. He met Simpson around Thanksgiving 2016. During that coffee meeting, Simpson and Ohr reportedly discussed the dossier, the Trump investigation and Simpson’s frustration with Trump’s electoral victory.

Ohr’s demotion is the second major personnel change known so far in the Russia investigation. It was reported on Saturday that former ……


DOJ Demotes Official Over Dossier Contact | The Daily Caller

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