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The Trump administration announced on Tuesday that it is releasing an inspector general report on the whistleblower complaint that is at the center of Democrats' push to impeach the president which reportedly found that the whistleblower had a bias in favor of one of Trump's political rivals.
The Trump administration is reportedly planning to release a document that shows the intelligence community inspector general found evidence that the whistleblower at the center of allegations against President Trump had “political bias” in favor of a “rival candidate” of Trump. A senior administration official told Fox News late Tuesday night that the document would be released, as would the complaint against Trump from the whistleblower himself. The official did not say which “rival candidate” the watchdog found, toward whom the whistleblower was allegedly biased.
The anonymous person who filed a formal, uncorroborated complaint against President Donald Trump for allegedly asking a foreign leader to investigate corruption related to Joe Biden now has a legal team that includes a Democratic operative who worked for Sens. Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) and Hillary Clinton (D-N.Y.).
Andrew Bakaj, now a managing partner at the Compass Rose Legal Group, interned for Schumer in the spring of 2001 and for Clinton in the fall of the same year, according to Bakaj’s LinkedIn page. More recently, Bakaj has worked as an official in the CIA and Pentagon and specializes in whistleblower and security clearances in his legal practice.