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DHS ‘Manipulated’ Intel Info On Russia And White Supremacy To Please Trump: Whistleblower

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A new report reveals that a whistleblower has filed a complaint alleging “attempted abuse of authority” along with possible violations of federal law by some of President Trump’s top officials in law enforcement and intelligence.

ABC News reported on Wednesday that Brian Murphy, the former acting chief of the Department of Homeland Security’s intelligence branch, filed a complaint against the department.

Murphy says officials attempted to “censor or manipulate the intelligence information” connected to Russia’s interference in U.S. elections, as well as the threat posed by domestic white supremacy groups.

“Over the course of 24 pages, Murphy describes an environment in which senior officials – including former Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen, current acting Secretary Chad Wolf, and current Deputy Secretary Ken Cuccinelli – scrambled to gather and prepare intelligence reports that aligned with President Donald Trump’s political message and public remarks,” ABC News reports.

You can read the full report HERE.

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