Collins: Clinton Camp Must Explain Dossier Payment

Collins: Clinton Camp Must Explain Dossier Payment

Collins: Clinton Camp Must Explain Dossier Payment

"Never seen such Republican ANGER & UNITY as I have concerning the lack of investigation on Clinton made Fake Dossier (now $12,000,000?), the Uranium to Russian Federation deal, the 33,000 plus deleted Emails, the Comey fix and so much more", Trump wrote. CNN reported that a federal grand jury had approved an indictment, although details of the possible charges and the name of a defendant remained unclear.

Ty Cobb, the White House lawyer handling the response to the Russian Federation investigation, said the president's tweets were "unrelated to the activities of the special counsel, with whom he continues to cooperate".

"There is so much GUILT by Democrats/Clinton", Trump alleged, "and now the facts are pouring out".

The Trump dossier has become the focus of fierce partisan battles, with Trump and allies arguing the allegations it contains are politically motivated.

In tweets to his more than 40 million followers, Trump offered a litany of accusations against Clinton and seemed to praise Republicans for starting new congressional investigations.

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Mueller III, the special prosecutor named after Comey's ouster to investigate Russian meddling in the 2016 election. The president's Twitter fusillade came as he and his advisers braced for the first public action by Robert S.

The president was also reviving allegations that Clinton was part of a quid pro quo in which the Clinton Foundation received donations in exchange for her support as secretary of state for a business deal that gave Russian Federation control over a large share of uranium production in the United States.

Multiple congressional committees have undertaken their own investigations into Russian meddling in the elections, following up on the conclusion of US intelligence agencies that Moscow sought to sway the contest in favor of Trump - an idea that he has frequently dismissed as a hoax.

All the new investigations address longstanding Trump grievances. "DO SOMETHING!", Trump also said.

The Washington Free Beacon, a conservative online publication backed by billionaire Republican mega-donor Paul Singer, said on Friday it was the original funder of the Fusion GPS project to compile opposition research on multiple Republican presidential candidates, including Trump.

"So I'm going to continue to do that", she said.

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According to the statement, Free Beacon representatives told the House Intelligence Committee Friday they would answer questions about the "ongoing probe of Fusion GPS and the Steele dossier".

Trump and a number of his allies have reveled in the revelation that Hillary Clinton's campaign and the Democratic National Committee funded the opposition research known as the dossier, which includes a number of unsubstantiated anecdotes about Trump's behavior in Russian Federation.

Republican Susan Collins of ME, a Senate Intelligence Committee member, said Clinton's campaign chairman and the former Democratic Party head need to explain what they knew about the dossier.

Trump also charged in a Twitter note last week that former FBI Director James Comey had exonerated Clinton long before the bureau's investigation of her had been completed.

She said further that Marc Elias, a lawyer representing Hillary for America and the DNC, should be questioned "more than anyone".

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On the other hand, it has emerged that the Clinton Foundation made millions from the Russian acquisition of the Uranium One company, which holds rights to 20 percent of US uranium, while Russia was running a campaign of bribery and extortion around the deal; and that several major figures in the Obama administration may have played a role in either supporting it or concealing it from the public. But the State Department has only one seat on the panel that approved the transaction, and the New York Times has reported that Clinton did not participate in the decision.

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