Christopher Steele Reneging on Trump Dossier Accuracy

Christopher Steele, author of the infamous Trump Dossier is “suddenly” reneging on the accuracy of the Dossier.  Appears that when faced with a Libel Lawsuit”, he is not so sure of his sources.

From the Washington Times:

Christopher Steele, the former British spy who fueled an ongoing investigation into President Trump’s administration, was a lot more confident of his charges when he wrote his now-notorious 2016 dossier than he is today in defending it in a libel lawsuit.

While Mr. Steele stated matter-of-factly in his dossier that collusion between Mr. Trump and the Russian government took place, he called it only “possible” months later in court filings. While he confidently referred to “trusted” sources inside the Kremlin, in court he referred to the dossier’s “limited intelligence.”

If you remember, the Trump Dossier was “ordered” by Fusion GPS. It was reportedly paid for through funds paid to Fusion GPS by the Hillary Campaign. The scope of the Dossier was to show Russian and Trump Collusion in the 2016 elections.

Now, the real story is beginning to come out. Yes, there was collusion. But it was between Hillary and the Russians.

Exit Question:

When will the media begin to report on the Russian/Hillary collusion?


Written by PatrickPu

Former Loan Officer and currently a Case Consultant and Expert Witness in Foreclosure and Lending Litigation cases. Avid follower of NCAA Football and Top 25 teams.


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