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Former FBI agent Peter Strzok said he had seen the infamous Steele Dossier “to impress” as well as to inform, according to a text written in September 2016.
A troop of texts from Strozok and fired by the Trump administration after the revelations of anti-Trump texts when he was working for the Office of Special Counsel, this week by Republican censors Chuck Grassley And was released by Ron Johnson.
“, Looking at the Yahoo article, I would definitely say that Minimum Steel’s report should be seen to influence as well as inform,” Strozok wrote to another person whose name has been rewritten .
The texts were deconstructed as part of a Republican investigation into the core of the FBI’s Trump-Russia investigation.
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Yahoo’s story, which used former British spy Christopher Steele as an anonymous source, was titled “US intelligence officials investigate ties between Trump adviser [Carter Page] and the Kremlin. “
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According to the National Review, Steele also met with other journalists after speaking to Mother Jones in October 2016 before the FBI finally severed ties with her.
Some of the information compiled in the dossier has been maligned and an inspector general’s report late last year criticized the FBI for “lapses” and “inaccuracies” in its Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) application as well Eliminated the reliability of steel.
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According to a report by the Inspector General, Dozier played an “important” role in the agency that obtained the FISA warrant for the survey of former Trump aide Carter Page.
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