Trump Wants DOJ to Reveal Who Paid for Damaging Fake Dossier

During last year’s bitter presidential campaign, a very damaging dossier on Donald Trump. It was proved to be intentionally prepared using fake and erroneous information and allegations, along with some items that were not verified. The dossier was prepared by the firm Fusion GPS, a political research firm. Since Trump’s election, it has also been learned that the infamous Russian attorney that met with Donald Trump Jr. with the false promise of providing dirt on Hillary Clinton, also had connections with Fusion GPS.

President Trump has requested that the Department of Justice publicly release the information on who paid for the fake dossier, thus revealing who was really behind the effort to smear him and prevent him from winning the election.

President Trump on Saturday called for his own Justice Department to publicly release who paid for a salacious dossier that includes unverified allegations about his connections with Russia.

In an afternoon tweet, the president drew attention to how two officials at Fusion GPS, a political research firm behind the dossier, invoked the Fifth Amendment before the House Intelligence Committee on Wednesday.

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“Officials behind the now discredited ‘Dossier’ plead the Fifth,” the president tweeted. “Justice Department and/or FBI should immediately release who paid for it.” …

Democrats are hell bent on their investigations into anything they can use against President Donald Trump that they are blind to their many questionable and criminal actions. Now more and more of these actions are being exposed through some of the same investigations the Democrats are using to try to destroy Trump. It would be great justice to have all of these things come back to bite the Democrats in the butt.




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