The mysterious ‘Primary Subsource’ that Christopher Steele has long hidden behind to defend his discredited Trump-Russia dossier is a former Brookings Institution analyst — Igor Danchenko.
Former Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee that he was unaware at the time of his involvement in the Russia investigation of much of the wrongdoing he signed off on.
When pressured to address exactly who knew what about the anti-Trump research, Steele conceded Hillary Clinton herself knew about the dossier research.
Vanity Fair writer T.A. Frank’s big achievement is striking a sensible middle ground in a time where such territory has often been abandoned by both left and right.
“Literally, I learned about the investigation into Trump as a private citizen in the freaking Washington Post,” Rhodes said.
When Special Counsel Robert Mueller released his 448-page report on Russian interference in the 2016 election, some of the conclusions debunkedmany misleading, and anonymously sourced, conspiracy theories.
James Baker’s newly released testimony confirmed what former acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe previously said about national security officials strategizing to remove President Trump from office.
After nearly two years since the Steele dossier was published, it remains the cornerstone of the case for collusion. The dossier model has also given rise to similar operations.
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