CNN Reporter Falsely Claims Republicans Funded Trump-Russia Dossier

CNN Reporter Falsely Claims Republicans Funded Trump-Russia Dossier

CNN Reporter Falsely Claims Republicans Funded Trump-Russia Dossier

"Dossier is bogus. Clinton Campaign, DNC funded Dossier".

Trump railed against the dossier as "bogus" and a 'pile of garbage, ' bringing up its Democratic funding origins, while going after the FBI for reportedly using the dossier as the foundation for its investigations of Trump campaign officials and associates.

The president added "And they used this Crooked Hillary pile of garbage as the basis for going after the Trump Campaign!" FBI CANNOT (after the majority of this time) VERIFY CLAIMS IN DOSSIER OF RUSSIA/TRUMP COLLUSION.

The president weighed in on Twitter, in response to a Washington Times report that was discussed on "Fox & Friends".

This directly negates previous USA intelligence community assessments, which asserted that the campaign ordered by the Russian president was directed at undermining the public image of the former secretary of state, Hillary Clinton, while promoting a positive image of the Republican candidate Donald Trump.

The report explained McCabe wouldn't criticize the dossier's claims of inappropriate and illegal behavior on the part of President Trump and his aides - even though he admitted it was mostly unverified.

Two sources close to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton asserted that she had been unaware of Steele's dossier until January 2017 and that she was disappointed that the document's allegations against Trump were not published before the 2016 election.

"This could simply be something like an insurance policy".

On Dec. 26, Trump took to social media to criticize the federal investigation into his 2016 campaign.

And earlier this week, a report from TabletMag suggested it would be precedent-setting for what President Trump has described as a swamp in Washington to actually have used government channels and resources to make up allegations about a presidential candidate, and then a president-elect. Global Positioning System then reportedly hired ex-British spy Steele to write the claims, which included salacious allegations that have yet to be documented to have a basis in fact.

- Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 23, 2017Wow, "FBI lawyer James Baker reassigned", according to @FoxNews.

ABC News detailed last August that Fusion GPS was paid by a still-obscure Republican amid that gathering's primaries to uncover soil on Trump.

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