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The DOJ is trying to block the Bolton book by requesting an injunction and an injunction

The Department of Justice (DOJ) requested to block the publication of former National Security Adviser John Bolton’s memoir, “The Room Where It Happened,” and claimed that “the disclosure of the manuscript would harm US national security.” “Regardless of rank or position, any person entrusted with access to our nation’s secrets has a legal duty and responsibility to protect classified information,” …

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The DOJ is suing to stop the scrapbook of Trump’s former national security advisor, John Bolton

The Trump administration filed a lawsuit against former national security advisor John Bolton on Tuesday, hoping to delay the publication of his textbook, due to be released next week. “The United States is not trying to censor any legitimate aspect,” said the Justice Department lawsuit. Instead, it is claimed that Bolton has not yet completed the review process requested by …

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“Everything about it is irregular”: ex-judge tapped the review of the Flynn Trump DOJ case

However, Gleeson asked Sullivan not to initiate contempt proceedings against Flynn for seemingly contradictory statements about his actions. While there is “enough” evidence to support such a move, Gleeson recommended involving him in Flynn’s conviction for his initial admission of guilt, rather than taking new steps to reverse the turnaround. Gleeson spent much of his 82-page briefing telling the events …

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Charles Schwab shares jump after the DOJ allegedly approved the TD Ameritrade deal

Online broker Charles Schwab received antitrust approval from the Department of Justice to acquire TD Ameritrade, CNBC’s David Faber said on Thursday. According to the report, Schwab’s shares initially rose by almost 2%. TD Ameritrade jumped more than 4%. Schwab announced last November that it would buy competing broker TD Ameritrade for $ 26 billion. The merger of the two …

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Trey Gowdy bangs DOJ over Flynn case: “It’s not the department of Mal see who we can be fired.”

Former Chairman of the House Oversight Committee, Trey Gowdy, R-S.C., Joined The Story on Friday to respond to the latest developments in the case of former national security advisor Michael Flynn. Gowdy told host Martha MacCallum that the FBI did not have to provide handwritten notes from officials who discussed their motivation for interviewing Flynn, since Flynn initially pleaded guilty …

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GOP Senator Hawley asks the DOJ to open a criminal investigation against Amazon

Senator Josh Hawley, R-Mo., Speaks to reporters after lunch at the Senate Republican Politics at the Russell Building on Tuesday, March 17, 2020. Tom Williams | CQ appeal via Getty Images Senator Josh Hawley, R-Mo., Requests the Department of Justice to launch a criminal investigation against Amazon and cites reports that the company has “used predatory and exclusive data practices …

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The DOJ sets new legal barriers between Democrats and Trump's impeachment witnesses

The Department of Justice opened a new litigation daily on Tuesday between lawmakers in Congress and the White House, announcing that Congress must allow government prosecutors to escort executives who hear about President Donald Trump's relations testify to Ukraine. In a recent memo, the Justice Department's Legal Department said that "supporting an agency lawyer" is needed because the statement has …

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Whistleblower complaint: Coalition of Inspectorates slams DOJ opinion

In a new letter sent to Deputy Attorney General Steven Engel this week, the Council of Inspectorates for Integrity and Efficiency, which is composed of General Inspectors of the Federal Government, proposed an OLC memo stating "the ICIG effectively overruled "in relation to an" urgent concern "complaint," the ICIG concluded that "credible" and therefore should be forwarded to Congress. " …

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