I second that question.
What happened to The Durham Probe? George and Simona Papadopoulos seem to offer an answer, but I think President Trump is looking for more official reports.
The whole Russia Hoax can’t just be swept under the rug like it never happened.
I scoured the web in order to find more updates on the probe, but alas the results were very, very sparse.
Could we be witnessing a complete obstruction of justice here? Will Durham’s report ever see the light of day, or will it be relegated to some box of files buried deep away in the archives of D.C.?
Only time will tell my friends, but I do know this: we need answers now.
Here is what I could find:
Fox News reported on the probe nearly 2 months ago:
Sources also told Fox News that Durham completed the CIA portion of his investigation last year. Last month, sources told Fox News that Durham had been pursuing "new and credible leads" through the end of the Trump administration, though it is unclear, at this point, what those lines of inquiry entail.
A spokesperson for the special counsel told Fox News at the time that they had "no comment from Mr. Durham."
Meanwhile, in December Durham expanded his team, adding new prosecutors, after former Attorney General William Barr appointed him in October as special counsel to ensure he could continue his investigation during the Biden administration.
In the scope order, obtained by Fox News, Barr stated that Durham "is authorized to investigate whether any federal official, employee, or any other person or entity violated the law in connection with the intelligence, counter-intelligence, or law-enforcement activities directed at the 2016 presidential campaigns, individuals associated with those campaigns, and individuals associated with the administration of President Donald J. Trump, including but not limited to Crossfire Hurricane and the investigation of Special Counsel Robert S. Mueller, III."
The Federalist had a related update:
It is still unclear if Hennessey’s new role at DOJ will put the Durham probe under her purview, but Biden’s Attorney General Merrick Garland previously refused a pledge to abstain from the investigation. He also refused to commit to releasing the Durham report.
“If confirmed, would you commit to publicly releasing special counsel Durham’s report just like Mueller’s report [was] made public?” asked ranking member of the Senate Judiciary Committee Sen. Chuck Grassley.
“I am a great believer in transparency,” Garland said in response. “I would, though, have to talk with Mr. Durham and understand the nature of what he’s been doing and the nature of the report.”