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No Bias or Spying on Trump, But 17 FBI Mistakes: Key Takeaways

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No Bias or Spying on Trump, But 17 FBI Mistakes: Key Takeaways (Bloomberg) -- Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz released a long-anticipated report Monday into the FBI’s investigation in 2016 of people associated with Donald Trump’s presidential campaign.The report provides a rare, extensive view into the FBI’s investigative work, from deciding to open the investigation in the first place to using confidential informants and obtaining secret warrants to conduct surveillance.Here are some of the key takeaways from the investigation, which lasted almost two years and culminated in a 434-page report.No Anti-Trump BiasThe FBI followed appropriate rules and there was no political bias when it opened the investigation, dubbed Crossfire Hurricane, into four people associated with the campaign: George Papadopoulos, Carter Page, Paul Manafort and Michael Flynn. The report undercuts allegations that Trump and his allies have been promoting for years.“We concluded that the quantum of information articulated by the FBI to open the individual investigations on Papadopoulos, Page, Flynn, and Manafort in August 2016 was sufficient to satisfy the low threshold established by the Department and the FBI,” according to the report. “We did not find documentary or testimonial evidence that political bias or improper motivation influenced the decisions to open the four individual investigations.”Major FISA FailuresThe inspector general found “at least 17 significant errors or omissions” concerning FBI efforts to obtain secret Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act warrants against Page, which started in October 2016 after he had left the Trump campaign.The mistakes included failing to convey to the Justice Department or the FISA court information that cast doubt on a dossier complied by former British intelligence agent Christopher Steele, as well as material that was exculpatory for Page. The report recommends that all FBI officials involved in the case work have their actions administratively reviewed.Passing on PageThe report reveals that Carter Page had been under a continuous FBI counterintelligence investigation for years and was at one point an asset for another U.S. agency, which is presumably the CIA. The FBI’s New York field office had an active investigation into Page when agents at FBI headquarters in Washington opened the probe into Trump campaign officials. The Page investigation was folded into that bigger probe.However, FBI officials in Washington soon realized that Page didn’t really have any information that contributed to their investigation. Yet they persisted.Agents “believed at the time they approached the decision point on a second FISA renewal that, based upon the evidence already collected, Carter Page was a distraction in the investigation, not a key player in the Trump campaign, and was not critical to the overarching investigation,” according to the report.No Trump InfiltrationContrary to Trump’s claims, the inspector general found no evidence the FBI used confidential informants or other investigative techniques on members of the Trump campaign before opening the investigation in July 2016.There’s also no evidence the FBI placed any informants within the Trump campaign or assigned any informants to report on the campaign after the investigation was opened, according to the report.No Warning to TrumpThe report also answers an outstanding question as to why the FBI didn’t give the Trump campaign a defensive briefing in the summer of 2016 to warn them about Russian interference. Multiple officials weighed whether to provide the campaign such a briefing, including then-Deputy Director Andrew McCabe.However, the head of the FBI’s counterintelligence division at the time, E. W. Priestap, ultimately decided against doing so due to the risk of compromising the investigation.According to the report, Priestap said, “If someone on the campaign was engaged with the Russians, he/she would very likely change his/her tactics and/or otherwise seek to cover-up his/her activities, thereby preventing us from finding the truth.”The inspector general said there was no FBI policy requiring a defensive briefing and not doing so was a judgment call.Barr and Durham Push BackAttorney General William Barr slammed the key conclusion of the watchdog’s report, saying he thinks the study made clear “that the FBI launched an intrusive investigation of a U.S. presidential campaign on the thinnest of suspicions that, in my view, were insufficient to justify the steps taken.”The top U.S. law enforcement officer has long pointed t Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

No Bias or Spying on Trump, But 17 FBI Mistakes: Key Takeaways

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No Bias or Spying on Trump, But 17 FBI Mistakes: Key Takeaways (Bloomberg) -- Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz released a long-anticipated report Monday into the FBI’s investigation in 2016 of people associated with Donald Trump’s presidential campaign.The report provides a rare, extensive view into the FBI’s investigative work, from deciding to open the investigation in the first place to using confidential informants and obtaining secret warrants to conduct surveillance.Here are some of the key takeaways from the investigation, which lasted almost two years and culminated in a 434-page report.No Anti-Trump BiasThe FBI followed appropriate rules and there was no political bias when it opened the investigation, dubbed Crossfire Hurricane, into four people associated with the campaign: George Papadopoulos, Carter Page, Paul Manafort and Michael Flynn. The report undercuts allegations that Trump and his allies have been promoting for years.“We concluded that the quantum of information articulated by the FBI to open the individual investigations on Papadopoulos, Page, Flynn, and Manafort in August 2016 was sufficient to satisfy the low threshold established by the Department and the FBI,” according to the report. “We did not find documentary or testimonial evidence that political bias or improper motivation influenced the decisions to open the four individual investigations.”Major FISA FailuresThe inspector general found “at least 17 significant errors or omissions” concerning FBI efforts to obtain secret Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act warrants against Page, which started in October 2016 after he had left the Trump campaign.The mistakes included failing to convey to the Justice Department or the FISA court information that cast doubt on a dossier complied by former British intelligence agent Christopher Steele, as well as material that was exculpatory for Page. The report recommends that all FBI officials involved in the case work have their actions administratively reviewed.Passing on PageThe report reveals that Carter Page had been under a continuous FBI counterintelligence investigation for years and was at one point an asset for another U.S. agency, which is presumably the CIA. The FBI’s New York field office had an active investigation into Page when agents at FBI headquarters in Washington opened the probe into Trump campaign officials. The Page investigation was folded into that bigger probe.However, FBI officials in Washington soon realized that Page didn’t really have any information that contributed to their investigation. Yet they persisted.Agents “believed at the time they approached the decision point on a second FISA renewal that, based upon the evidence already collected, Carter Page was a distraction in the investigation, not a key player in the Trump campaign, and was not critical to the overarching investigation,” according to the report.No Trump InfiltrationContrary to Trump’s claims, the inspector general found no evidence the FBI used confidential informants or other investigative techniques on members of the Trump campaign before opening the investigation in July 2016.There’s also no evidence the FBI placed any informants within the Trump campaign or assigned any informants to report on the campaign after the investigation was opened, according to the report.No Warning to TrumpThe report also answers an outstanding question as to why the FBI didn’t give the Trump campaign a defensive briefing in the summer of 2016 to warn them about Russian interference. Multiple officials weighed whether to provide the campaign such a briefing, including then-Deputy Director Andrew McCabe.However, the head of the FBI’s counterintelligence division at the time, E. W. Priestap, ultimately decided against doing so due to the risk of compromising the investigation.According to the report, Priestap said, “If someone on the campaign was engaged with the Russians, he/she would very likely change his/her tactics and/or otherwise seek to cover-up his/her activities, thereby preventing us from finding the truth.”The inspector general said there was no FBI policy requiring a defensive briefing and not doing so was a judgment call.Barr and Durham Push BackAttorney General William Barr slammed the key conclusion of the watchdog’s report, saying he thinks the study made clear “that the FBI launched an intrusive investigation of a U.S. presidential campaign on the thinnest of suspicions that, in my view, were insufficient to justify the steps taken.”The top U.S. law enforcement officer has long pointed t Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

14 Moisturizers Derms Swear By For Sensitive Skin

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14 Moisturizers Derms Swear By For Sensitive Skin If your skin is so sensitive that you have to move out of the way when your desk neighbor starts spritzing her essential oil face mist, and a gentle sleeping mask leaves you red, itchy, and bumpy by morning, we understand how frustrating it is to go moisturizer shopping. Without guidance, an aisle full of creams can look like a straight shot to acne and irritation. That's why we called in the pros who know a thing or two about what to do — and what not to do — when it comes to skin sensitivity and allergens. It's important to start with clean skin to prevent transference of bacteria or other irritants before patting on light moisturizers geared toward sensitive skin, says dermatologist Dendy Engelman, MD. For dermatologist Elizabeth Tanzi, MD, it's all about picking your battles. She suggests avoiding chemical sunscreens, physical scrubs, fragrance, parabens, sulfates, dyes, and anything "hot and steamy" (which is code for saunas, hot water, or steam rooms). All of these could be abrasive to the skin barrier and end up causing inflammation. Ahead, check out the pros' picks for sensitive-skin moisturizers that won't break you out, cause rashes, or make your skin crawl (you know the feeling). If you're still experiencing discomfort, talk to your derm about getting a prescription for a clinical treatment. At Refinery29, we’re here to help you navigate this overwhelming world of stuff. All of our market picks are independently selected and curated by the editorial team. If you buy something we link to on our site, Refinery29 may earn commission.Like what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?Beauty Products To Chill You Out — LiterallyThe Best Drugstore Moisturizer For Skin-Care SnobsSerum Is Better Than Moisturizer — Don't @ Me Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

14 Moisturizers Derms Swear By For Sensitive Skin

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14 Moisturizers Derms Swear By For Sensitive Skin If your skin is so sensitive that you have to move out of the way when your desk neighbor starts spritzing her essential oil face mist, and a gentle sleeping mask leaves you red, itchy, and bumpy by morning, we understand how frustrating it is to go moisturizer shopping. Without guidance, an aisle full of creams can look like a straight shot to acne and irritation. That's why we called in the pros who know a thing or two about what to do — and what not to do — when it comes to skin sensitivity and allergens. It's important to start with clean skin to prevent transference of bacteria or other irritants before patting on light moisturizers geared toward sensitive skin, says dermatologist Dendy Engelman, MD. For dermatologist Elizabeth Tanzi, MD, it's all about picking your battles. She suggests avoiding chemical sunscreens, physical scrubs, fragrance, parabens, sulfates, dyes, and anything "hot and steamy" (which is code for saunas, hot water, or steam rooms). All of these could be abrasive to the skin barrier and end up causing inflammation. Ahead, check out the pros' picks for sensitive-skin moisturizers that won't break you out, cause rashes, or make your skin crawl (you know the feeling). If you're still experiencing discomfort, talk to your derm about getting a prescription for a clinical treatment. At Refinery29, we’re here to help you navigate this overwhelming world of stuff. All of our market picks are independently selected and curated by the editorial team. If you buy something we link to on our site, Refinery29 may earn commission.Like what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?Beauty Products To Chill You Out — LiterallyThe Best Drugstore Moisturizer For Skin-Care SnobsSerum Is Better Than Moisturizer — Don't @ Me Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

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