The former British spy who authored the infamous ‘Trump Dossier’ reportedly created a second document that has yet to be published; relying on high-level Clinton insiders and contacts inside Obama’s Justice Department to get damning intelligence on Donald Trump in the run-up to the 2016 presidential election.
According to the Washington Examiner, new documents released by the Senate Judiciary Committee show Steele “wrote an additional memo” predicated on material originating from a “foreign source.”
“In a convoluted scheme outlined in the referral, the foreign source gave the information to an unnamed associate of Hillary and Bill Clinton, who then gave the information to an unnamed official in the Obama State Department, who then gave the information to Steele,” writes the Examiner.
“Steele wrote a report based on the information, but the redacted version of the referral does not say what Steele did with the report after that,” adds the author.
The revelation comes just days after the Washington Post published a bombshell report that a senior Clinton insider, Cory Shearer, compiled yet another anti-Trump dossier that was given to the Department of Justice.
Steele’s “second dossier” raises serious questions over how the material was compiled and whether it was used as a basis for FISA warrants that allowed the FBI and DOJ to surveil senior Trump associates during his run for the White House.