Top Secret Service Official Sought by Investigators for Role in Jan. 6 Retires Unexpectedly

Anthony Ornato announced his retirement just two days before a planned interview with Inspector General investigators.


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Anthony Ornato, Top Secret Service Official Sought by Investigators for Role in Jan. 6, Retires Unexpectedly

Ken Klippenstein

Anthony Ornato, Donald Trump’s deputy chief of staff for operations, announced his retirement just two days before a planned interview with Inspector General investigators.

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The Murdoch Family Exposes Its Hypocrisy in Lawsuits Over Fox News

Peter Maass

In separate defamation suits in the U.S. and Australia, the owners of Fox News contradict themselves by trying to avoid the punishment they seek to inflict on others.

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