Clinton associates supplied information on Trump dossier author Steele, memo says

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Criminal referral says Clinton associates lined info Steele

Catherine Herridge reports on the new allegation in the unclassified document of GOP senators.

Clinton, were to feed the employees “” the allegations of a former British spy Christopher Steele at the same time, he wrote, was the controversial anti-Trump dossier, paid for by the democratic National Committee and the Clinton campaign, according to an unclassified memo from senior Senate Republicans, who recently made a criminal referral.

Those Republicans, Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, and Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S. C., had asked the judiciary to investigate the Ministry in January, Steele, based on evidence they say suggests he lied to the FBI about his contacts with the media (a violation of 18 USC 1001) or the FBI is wrong is Steele’s statements.

The legislature is now asking the FBI for an emergency review of its criminal referral can be made public-with limited redactions.

Steele is already a guarantee under the control of the unaudited Trump dossier, the house Intelligence Committee document last Friday published alleged was the focus of the FBI and DOJ request for a monitoring for a Trump employee.

The memo, Grassley and Graham, the now available to the public for the first time, a new insight into Steeles circle of contacts during this time. While heavily redacted, the memo States, Steele said he had information that came from “a foreign sub-source, the ‘in touch with (redacted), contact (redacted), a friend of the Clintons, the pass it to (redacted).”

Sens. Chuck Grassley, and Lindsey Graham, a criminal referral of the ex-British spy Christopher Steele.

“It is troubling enough that the Clinton campaign is funded, Steele, the Mr.’ s work, but that the Clinton staff were at the same time, feeding of Mr. Steele’s allegations, raises additional doubts as to its credibility,” the senators wrote to the acting General Prosecutor Rod Rosenstein, who oversees Russia probe, and FBI Director Christopher Wray.

“…there is strong evidence, that Mr. Steele, the FBI initiated a substantially above an important aspect of his dossier, the efforts, the bear on his credibility,” wrote the senators.

Whole sections of the Memorandum were blacked out by the FBI on the basis that the information contained therein classified, although a review of the document, the FBI has redacted references to the reporting in the media, including the Washington Post story, the available on the Internet.

The senators are calling for a repeal of the secrecy level check, since most of the information was released by the President, if the house Intelligence Committee memo was released Friday. The memo took place, the dossier was used to a monitoring warrant on a trump campaign aide Carter page-and neither the FBI nor the justice Department, said the national security court, it was funded by the DNC and the Clinton campaign, and the Bureau has terminated contact with Steele, about his contact with the media.

While the FBI say against the publication of the Memos, the senators that the FBI claims “mischaracterize and misstate” the amount of classified information in the Steele transfer. The senators are demanding that the FBI and justice Department “to immediately check the classifieds transfer in the light of the [Friday] declassification, and provide the Committee with the released version later than 6. February 2018.”

In a heavily redacted Jan. 19 letter, Gregory A. Brower, Deputy Director for the FBI’s congressional affairs, said the FBI “respect” for the Committee’s commitment to transparency, but that the office “cannot and will not weaken, its commitment” to the protection of classified information, because it is in the public domain.

A Clinton family contributed, allegedly to feed information to Christopher Steele.


“The public reporting of the (redacted) has wrote no influence on the feds policy in relation to the classification of (redacted), nor does it diminish our obligations to (redacted),” he said.

The House Intelligence Committee, has long fought with the FBI and Department of justice on access to Trump dossier and monitoring records. According to the August subpoenas were ignored, the Committee threatened to hold Wray and Rosenstein in contempt of Congress, before they reached a deal.

The memo alleged surveillance abuses by the FBI and the justice Department has been fully released after the Committee was followed by many years of Congress rule, which asks the President whether he objects to the record’s release. In this case, the President of his powers as the commander, practiced-in-chief immediately to declassify the document.

Catherine Herridge is an award-winning chief Intelligence correspondent for FOX News Channel (FNC) based in Washington, DC she covers intelligence, the justice Department and the Department of Homeland Security. Herridge joined FNC in 1996 as the London correspondent.

Pamela K. Browne, Senior Executive Producer at the FOX News Channel (FNC) and is the Director of Long-Form series and Specials. Your has been recognized with the journalism, with several awards. Browne first came to start FOX in 1997, the news magazine “Fox files,” and later, “war Stories”.

Cyd Upson is a Senior Producer at FOX News.

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