Christopher Steele Admits He Used CNN's Public 'iReport' Website As Source For Anti-Trump DossierChris Menahan
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This reads like a sarcastic joke.
From Fox News:
Former British spy Christopher Steele confessed that he used an unverified report submitted to a CNN website, where “random individuals” can post information, for his salacious anti-Trump dossier.Their iReport site has always had disclaimers saying posts are user generated:
Our FBI used a foreign spy to cook up this fraud dossier to serve as a pretext to spy on Trump's campaign and dig up dirt on him to sabotage his presidency. Seeing as how Trump keeps giving in to the establishment on issue after issue, it appears they actually succeeded -- despite the entire pretext for the investigation being exposed as a total fraud. Just a few months ago, former FBI director James Comey even went on MSNBC and laughed about "getting away with it":
He at least Trump is still calling it out on Twitter:
As I reported earlier, Trump also retweeted this gem from William Craddick and Tulsi Gabbard:
There's no way any of this is legal but Trump's behaving like he's completely powerless.
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