In late May acting DNI Richard Grenell declassified the list of Obama officials involved in the unmasking of General Mike Flynn in his conversations with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak.
The names of the officials who were involved in unmasking General Flynn in his calls to Kislyak in late 2016 and early 2017 were released by Grenell in late May. The names included top Obama officials including Joe Biden and Susan Rice.
The Obama administration was spying on Flynn as he was performing the role of top advisor to incoming President Trump.
Grenell released this list and others that were hidden from the American public for years to protect the former Obama regime.
Grenell was credited with doing more in 3 months than many DNIs accomplish in their tenure in the position.
He stepped down as Acting DNI when he replacement was confirmed in the US Senate earlier this month.
This weekend President Trump told The Daily Caller that Richard Grenell will take a “high-level” position in his administration.
The Washington Examiner reported:
President Trump said former acting Director of National Intelligence Richard Grenell will take up a “high-level” position in his administration after a short “breather.”
Trump talked up Grenell, who temporarily filled the role of spy chief before former Texas Rep. John Ratcliffe was confirmed last month, during an interview with the Daily Caller on Friday.
“I don’t know, but he’ll come back in some form, at a high level. He was fantastic, the job he did,” Trump said. “He did a fantastic job. So, I believe that justice will be served. I hope that justice will be served, and I believe justice will be served.”
Grenell, who concurrently served as the U.S. ambassador to Germany, became the first openly gay Cabinet-level official after Trump announced in February that he would replace retired Navy Vice Adm. Joseph Maguire as director of national intelligence in an interim capacity.