senators-ask-state-dept.-for-docs-on-hunter-biden

Leading Republican senators are asking the State Department to turn over all information relating to Hunter Biden and his business associates after newly released documents revealed that foreign companies attempted to leverage their ties to former vice president Joe Biden’s son. Sens. Ron Johnson (R., Wis.) and Chuck Grassley (R., Iowa), chairmen of the Committee…

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emails-reveal-burisma-consulting-firm-leveraged-hunter-biden-to-get-state-dept.-meetings

Finally, U.S. Senators are waking up to the possibility that 2020 Democratic contender Joe Biden may have knowingly permitted his son Hunter to “sell” access to the U.S. State Department while Joe was serving as Vice President. The line between crony capitalism and outright corruption is a thin one, but when it comes to assessing…

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sens.-grassley,-johnson-demand-intelligence-inspector-general-investigate-leaks

Republican Sens. Chuck Grassley of Iowa and Ron Johnson of Wisconsin sent a letter to the intelligence community inspector general Wednesday demanding the government watchdog agency confirm investigations into highly classified leaks. The letter, addressed to ICIG Michael Atkinson, calls out the inspector general for refusing to acknowledge whether there were any investigations into numerous…

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senators-blast-intel-community-ig-for-continuing-to-stonewall-congress-on-whistleblower-rule-changes

Several senators excoriated the intelligence community inspector general for stonewalling their inquiries about why his office changed whistleblower rules and forms shortly after an anti-Trump whistleblower complaint was filed. Three top senators blasted the intelligence community inspector general (ICIG) Michael Atkinson for continuing to stonewall congressional efforts to determine why whistleblower rules and forms requiring…

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top-lawmakers-tell-intel-community-inspector-general:-come-clean-on-secret-changes-to-whistleblower-rules

Republican lawmakers in both the Senate and House on Monday demanded answers from the Intelligence Community Inspector General (ICIG) about secret revisions to the office’s guidance on “urgent concern” whistleblower complaints. The Federalist first reported last week that between May 2018 and August 2019, the ICIG secretly eliminated its requirement that potential whistleblowers provide only…

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senators-demand-answers-on-dnc-efforts-to-get-ukrainian-dirt-on-trump-in-2016

The chairmen of two Senate committees are insisting that the Department of Justice come clean about Democratic Party efforts to solicit Ukrainian interference in the 2016 election. Chairman Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, first alerted the department about the meddling in July of 2017 so it could be investigated, but under Rod Rosenstein’s leadership and the direction…

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