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In December, Waters formally asked the FBI and Capitol Police to investigate the letter, which appears to be on Waters’ House office stationery and includes her signature. It is a federal crime to impersonate a federal official and misuse a federal seal. Navarro told The Times after Waters filed the December complaint that someone he did not know sent his campaign the letter on Facebook, and he did not vet whether it was real before putting it online. “I don’t know why they are looking into me since I’m not the one who fabricated the letter,” Navarro said Monday. He said he has not had contact with the person who sent him the letter since December. Navarro has not deleted the tweet from his account and it continues to be retweeted, totaling more than 800 times as of this week. He reacted online to the FBI meeting Monday, tweeting, “Let’s get this straight I tweet a letter which says Maxine Waters wants to bring 41,000 Somali refugees. I only tweet according to this document asking a question. Now the FBI is on me for her complaint. She threatens the president and his supporters and no investigation on her.” Navarro said he’d like to have an attorney present at the meeting and may have to postpone it. He also said he is not the only person who shared the letter online, and said Waters’ complaint was meant to divert attention from real issues of the district and create a false narrative about him.
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These too show a consistent style: short, easily digestible sentences – much shorter than most government statements. Pence’s speeches and columns also show he favours shorter words than those we see in other government statements. There is another piece of evidence pointing in the vice-president’s direction. Government statements very rarely use the passive voice, and tend to prefer using the active voice instead – there are only a handful examples of the former being used over the past few weeks. However, the author of the column does use the passive voice, a few times: “Although he was elected as a Republican” instead of “Although the American people elected him as a Republican” “We have sunk low with him and allowed our discourse to be stripped of civility” “occasionally reckless decisions that have to be walked back” Its use in comparison with the White House statements is striking. Except for all of Mr Pence’s. He used the construction seven times in his Houston speech, three times in his American Legion speech and, in one old column on why President Bill Clinton should be impeached, he uses it six times in only 916 words. We’ll carry on running more tests on more statements released over a longer period of time, by the end of which – who knows – maybe the author will have been outed. In the meantime, Mr Pence – or at least someone writing on behalf of Mr Pence – has continued to deny he was the author. “The vice president puts his name on his op-eds,” tweeted Jarron Agen, Mr Pence’s communications director and deputy chief of staff.