The decision was the latest example of Mr. Trump siding with congressional allies over law enforcement officials, who have said the move could endanger national security.
Ms. Steele, who has been called the “Freud of Fashion,” spends part of her day relaxing in a yukata (a casual kimono), but also goes aqua cycling and visits museums.
American officials hoped they could persuade some of Russia’s wealthiest men to help with U.S. investigations. It didn’t work.
Mr. Ohr, a longtime Justice Department official, was targeted in attacks by the president and his allies for links to the Russia investigation. He could lose his security clearance.
Two tweets amounted to an odd “bring it on” challenge to John O. Brennan, the former C.I.A. director, who had mused about suing in response to losing his security clearance.