A group of activists, including a retired FBI agent, will help run the presidential inauguration on Jan. 20, 2018 in the shadow of a controversial Confederate monument

The group that will lead the inauguration is a former FBI agent who was a top agent in the bureau’s anti-communist division.

The group’s goal is to make sure that the inauguration goes off without a hitch and is as free of Trump’s political influence as possible.

“We are a political non-profit.

We’re not going to be political entities,” said Matthew Klayman, a former bureau counterterrorism chief who will lead an effort to organize a peaceful inauguration on January 20.

“There’s nothing like that happening in our lifetimes,” Klaymann told Breitbart News.

“This is not a political protest.

This is not going up against a statue.

This will be peaceful.”

A former special agent in charge of the FBI’s Anti-Terrorism Division, Klaymans involvement in the group comes as many Democrats have expressed concerns about the proposed removal of a statue of Robert E. Lee from the Capitol grounds.

In an article published in Politico, Sen. Chris Murphy, D-Conn., said that he would be asking Attorney General Jeff Sessions to make a determination as to whether the Trump administration can get the statues to comply with the Constitution.

“The statue itself is of no relevance to the constitutional issues,” he wrote.

“It is a symbolic piece of granite and is an important symbol of our history, and should be preserved.”

The president has made removing the statues a centerpiece of his agenda, and a group of protesters has vowed to continue to disrupt the inauguration.

They include a number of retired agents who served as counterterrorism officers and law enforcement officers.

They say the removal of the statues would not be in the best interests of the country, but have expressed support for a more peaceful and civil way to celebrate the inauguration, according to the Washington Post.

The Post’s report said some of the retired agents said that they felt the statues were important symbols of American history and that removing them would undermine the legacy of the civil rights movement.

The protesters have been planning to disrupt inauguration events for the past several months, according the Post.

“I think it’s a great thing that we’re going to have a peaceful transition of power.

It’s going to put us in a better place.

I think that it’s important that we show up peacefully,” said former special agents from the FBI and the Army National Guard.

“They want us to get to work,” said a former special investigator who will be leading the group, who spoke to Breitbart News on the condition of anonymity.

“If they’re not able to do that, then we’ll have to get behind them,” he said.

A group led by retired agents and law officers, including former FBI agents and Army National Guardsmen, are organizing the inauguration to be peaceful and to avoid any political interference. “

For us, the most important thing right now is that we have a dignified, dignified inauguration,” he added.

A group led by retired agents and law officers, including former FBI agents and Army National Guardsmen, are organizing the inauguration to be peaceful and to avoid any political interference.

They plan to hold a peaceful rally at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C., on Jan 10.

The rally will include speakers and speakers, including several former special forces, former special prosecutor, former FBI counterterrorism agents, retired special agents, and retired Army National Generals.

Klaymen will also be leading a group that plans to hold an anti-war march and rally at Constitution Avenue and Constitution Circle in New York City.

The groups plans to protest the inauguration in Washington and around the country in support of a peaceful and dignified transition.

In addition to the groups own plans, other organizations and individuals are also working to organize the event.

“Our intention is to build a peaceful, orderly, and effective transition,” said Matt Klayton, president of the group Americans United for Democracy and an outspoken supporter of the inauguration on social media.

“These are not partisan events.

We are not going against any one party or any one group,” he continued.

“As an individual, we have had a chance to see some of what is going on with the inauguration and some of these protests, and so I’m optimistic about that.” “

With a President Donald Trump in the White House, we are hopeful that we will be able to accomplish what we are seeking to do,” Kleanman told Breitbart in a recent interview.

“As an individual, we have had a chance to see some of what is going on with the inauguration and some of these protests, and so I’m optimistic about that.”

The group will be taking orders from former FBI director James Comey, who was fired in May after his firing from the bureau, but has not spoken publicly about his plans for the inauguration yet.

“At the end of the day, it’s going have to be done without any violence.

It can’t be a riot,” said Klaysman.

“People are going to come out and say, ‘That’s what you do,’ and they are going