"I think Bruce Ohr is a disgrace with his wife Nellie," Trump told reporters on the South Lawn. "For him to be in the Justice Department and to be doing what he did that is a disgrace."
Bruce Ohr, the former deputy attorney general and ex-head of Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force, has come under fire in recent weeks for his contacts with Christopher Steele, the author of a controversial dossier containing allegations of compromising misconduct by Trump. A former British intelligence officer, Steele had been working for the research firm Fusion GPS, which had been retained to do opposition research on Trump by the Democratic National Committee. Ohr's wife, Nellie, is a consultant who had done work for Fusion GPS, though it's unclear how much Ohr knew about Steele's connection to the firm. According to the Washington Post, Ohr apparently knew Steele through international police contacts.