INDEX – FOREIGN – Deputy Director of US Intelligence resigned

The Deputy Director of the US Secret Service, a former deputy chief of staff of the White House who was an important witness in the investigation proceedings into the riots in Washington on January 6, 2021, has resigned from his position.

On Monday, Tony Ornato confirmed to CNN, previous reports about his departure, according to his announcement, that he would continue his career in the private sector. As he wrote, he “served his country faithfully for 25 years,” and has been reflecting on his current decision for a long time — more than a year.

In December 2019, Ornato took over the temporary position of Deputy Chief of Staff of the White House Donald Trump under,

Then, towards the end of Trump’s presidency, he returned to the Secret Service, where he was responsible for training programs as deputy director.

Ornato has twice testified before a congressional committee to investigate the circumstances surrounding the riots around the Capitol on January 6, 2021 and the attack on the legislative building. The board considers him a key player who may have important information about what exactly happened that day.

An FBI agent also left

The agent who was accused by an informant of political bias, which may be related to the suspicion that the authority delayed the investigation of information on the computer of Joe Biden’s son, before the 2020 presidential election, left the FBI (FBI).

According to Fox News on Monday, special agent Timothy Thibault is no longer working for the organization, having left the service over the weekend.

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Tybalt’s name appeared in the press due to his alleged political bias, with the suspicion that the son of the current president tried to interfere. Hunter Biden An investigation was opened into his case.

Tibow was named by a senior Republican member of the Senate Judiciary Committee in a July 17 letter. Chuck Grassley asked FBI Director Christopher Wray and Attorney General Merrick Garland for an explanation. Referring to a whistleblower, the senator asked the head of the FBI and a member of the government about the bias of high-ranking officials, MTI wrote.

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