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Trump’s “unmasking” investigation went nowhere, but the press made sure he didn’t come away empty-handed

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Trump’s “unmasking” investigation went nowhere, but the press made sure he didn’t come away empty-handedTo the shock of absolutely no one, the Justice Department’s monthslong investigation of alleged Obama administration wrongdoing in “unmasking” Trump campaign officials whose identities had been redacted in intelligence reports turned up nothing. The only actual surprise here is that Attorney General Bill Barr didn’t hold off on closing the investigation until after next month's election, though that may simply be the result of U.S. Attorney John Bash’s departure from the Justice Department last week. (Bash led this investigation, but left without filing criminal charges or issuing a report.) The investigation dates back to May, when then-acting Director of National Intelligence Richard...
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A federal investigation into the Obama administration’s “unmasking” of names in classified intelligence reports has ended, and no wrongdoing has been found.

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