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Rogue Bureaucrats at Homeland Security Leak Report Critical of Trump

Some bureaucrats at the Homeland Security Department have gone “rogue and leaked an incomplete report critical of President Donald Trump’s executive order on immigration.

The Associated Press first picked up the story, leaking the report that concludes that citizenship is an “unlikely indicator” of terrorism threats to the United States.

The report is authentic, DHS spokeswoman Gillian Christiansen said Friday, but it was not a final, comprehensive review of the government’s intelligence.

“While DHS was asked to draft a comprehensive report on this issue, the document you’re referencing was commentary from a single intelligence source versus an official, robust document with thorough interagency sourcing,” Christensen said. “The … report does not include data from other intelligence community sources. It is incomplete.”

The AP story claims that the three-page report challenges Trump’s core assertions:

It said that of 82 people the government determined were inspired by a foreign terrorist group to carry out or try to carry out an attack in the United States, just over half were U.S. citizens born in the United States. The others were from 26 countries, led by Pakistan, Somalia, Bangladesh, Cuba, Ethiopia, Iraq and Uzbekistan. Of these, only Somalia and Iraq were among the seven nations included in the ban.

Of the other five nations, one person each from Iran, Sudan and Yemen was also involved in those terrorism cases, but none from Syria. It did not say if any were Libyan.

Breitbart News is suggesting that David Grannis, Principal Deputy Undersecretary for Intelligence and Analysis – an Obama holdover – is either directly or indirectly responsible for the leaked report.

Last week, Breitbart News reported that David Grannis, Principal Deputy Undersecretary for Intelligence and Analysis in the Office of Intelligence and Analysis at the Department of Homeland Security, is a holdover Obama bureaucrat who President Trump could remove from his position immediately.

A spokesperson for the Department of Homeland Security would neither confirm nor deny that Grannis was the author of, or had reviewed, the leaked draft document, though it did appear to be authored by someone associated with his area of responsibility within DHS.

Department of Homeland Security spokesperson Charistensen did not answer questions from Breitbart News about whether Grannis had authored or reviewed the leaked incomplete report.

The data in the report is dramatically different from the data reported in another list of terrorists compiled by Attorney General Jeff Sessions, Breitbart reports. In addition, while country of origin might be an “unlikely indicator” of a terrorism threat, religion certainly is.