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==Department of State==
 
==Department of State==

Revision as of 14:18, 13 October 2018

This is a list of individuals involved in the Obamagate scandal.

The 2016 Clinton campaign paid Russians for dirt on Donald Trump. While the Russians took the money, there is no evidence the information they gave was real, and every indication the Russians made things up and gave Clinton operatives, in exchange for cash, whatever they wanted to hear. The Clinton operatives then handed off information to the Obama administration who didn't vet the information, leaked it to the media, and used America's foreign intelligence apparatus to violate the civil and constitutional rights of members of the Trump campaign.

White House

Department of Justice

  • Loretta Lynch, Attorney General
  • Sally Yates, Deputy Attorney General
  • Matthew Axelrod, Principal Associate Deputy Attorney General (PADAG)
  • John Carlin, Assistant Attorney General for the Department of Justice National Security Division (DOJ-NSD)
  • Mary McCord, Acting Assistant Attorney General for the National Security Division
  • Rachel Brand, Associate Attorney General
  • George Toscas, Deputy Assistant Attorney General in the National Security Division,
  • Tashina Gauhar, Deputy Assistant Attorney General (DAAG) in the Department of Justice National Security Division
  • David Laufman, Deputy Assistant Attorney General for Counterintelligence and Export Control Section (DOJ-NSD)
  • Bruce Ohr, Associate Deputy Attorney General
  • Peter Kadzik, Assistant Attorney General for Legislative Affairs
  • Trisha Anderson, Office of Legal Counsel lawyer

Federal Bureau of Investigation

Department of State

Office of the Director of National Intelligence

Central Intelligence Agency

United States Congress

Private citizens and entities

Foreign actors

American citizens

American entities

See also

References