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Kevin Clinesmith is a former FBI lawyer suspected of modifying a document related to the surveillance of former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page. He is also the author of anti-Trump and anti-Mike Pence texts that led to him leaving the Russia investigation.
Kevin attended Saginaw Valley State University, Michigan State University College of Law, and Georgetown University Law Center. According to the Michigan Bar Association’s legal directory, Kevin E. Clinesmith is still admitted to the Michigan bar and has a Dc address in Washington.
According to his Facebook page, he appears to be married as friends have posted several pictures showing his wedding
Kevin was a lawyer with the FBI’s Department of National Security and Cyber Law and worked under FBI General Counsel James Baker and Deputy General Counsel Trisha Anderson. He worked on the Clinton email investigation and the Trump-Russia investigation.
The Trump campaign’s adviser, George Papadopoulos, told lawmakers in 2018 that Clinesmith was present at the FBI’s February 2017 meeting with him. A tip from an Australian diplomat about Papadopoulos, who claimed the Russians had damaging information about Hillary Clinton, prompted the FBI’s investigation into the Trump campaign’s crossfire hurricane, in July 2016.
The Clinesmith was assigned to the Russian probe and then removed from it. He was identified as FBI Attorney 2. The IG report read; FBI Attorney 2 “was hired for the Midyear investigation, the Russia investigation, and the Special Counsel Investigation. We found messages in which the FBI lawyer discussed two political issues, including three instant messages that raised concerns about possible bias. “
The report said that FBI Lawyer 2 was also tasked with investigating Russian election interference and was “the first FBI attorney assigned to this investigation from early 2017.”
The report added that he was assigned to the special investigation as soon as it had begun. He returned to the FBI at the end of February 2018, “shortly after the OIG provided the Special Counsel with some of the instant messages.”
Kevin is accused of altering an email to Carter Page, a former adviser to Donald Trump, to Carter Page, a former adviser to Trump. On November 22, 2019, the New York Times reported that investigators from Inspector General Michael E. Horowitz were intercepting “errors and omissions in documents” related to Page and That Horowitz’s investigation into possible criminal charges. against Clinesmith.
The FBI obtained a secret surveillance order in 2016 to monitor the communications of Page, who has never been charged or charged with misconduct in the Russia investigation. The warrant, which was renewed several times in 2016 and early 2017 and approved by several judges, was one of the most contentious elements of the Russian investigation and was the subject of duel memos released last year by Democrats and House Republicans. Intelligence Committee.
FBI Director Chris Wray told Congress that he did not consider FBI surveillance to be “espionage” and that he had no evidence that the FBI illegally monitored Trump’s 2016 campaign. Wray said he would not call FBI surveillance “espionage” if “investigative policies and procedures” were followed.
It is alleged that Clinesmith is also against trump and was allegedly the author of texts against trump and against Mike Pence that led to him leaving the Russia investigation.
According to the IG report of November 22, 2016, Kevin sent an instant message to FBI Attorney 1 commenting on how much money had been paid to the subject of an FBI investigation while working on the Trump campaign. The FBI lawyer 1 replied, “Does it make you reconsider your commitment to the Trump administration?” The FBI lawyer 2 replied, “Hell, no,” and then added, “Viva le resistance.”
He later told the IG: “It’s only the lines that have been bled through here, in terms of my personal, political views about or what particular preferences I have. But, but that has nothing to do with my way, I claim to be a professional in the FBI. “