A conservative watchdog group filed a lawsuit on Sept. 4 seeking the communications of alleged "spies" who purportedly served as former FBI Director James Comey's sources inside the White House. The American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ) sued the FBI after the bureau failed to turn over communications between Comey and Anthony Ferrante, Jordan Rae Kelly, and Tashina Gauhar. In a statement accompanying the lawsuit, the ACLJ refers to an anonymously sourced report by RealClearInvestigations (RCI), which claims that in early 2017, Ferrante maintained a position at the White House and reported back to the FBI as part of the Russia investigation.
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