The Justice Department on Thursday released partially redacted transcripts of interviews Bruce Ohr conducted with the FBI after his contacts with Christopher Steele, the author of the infamous anti-Trump dossier.
Ohr, who served as associate deputy attorney general in the Justice Department, had numerous contacts with Steele during and after the 2016 election as part of an investigation into possible links between the Trump campaign and Russian government.
The transcripts released Thursday are FBI summaries of interviews Ohr conducted with the FBI following his interactions with Steele, a former British spy
Conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch sued the FBI for the Ohr records.
The FBI conducted its 12 interviews with Ohr from Nov. 22, 2016, through May 15, 2017.
Ohr told the FBI details of what information Steele provided from his investigation of Donald Trump’s possible ties to Russia.
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