McCain confirms he turned over salacious, unverified Donald Trump dossier to FBI
Wednesday, 11 January 2017 U.S. Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., confirmed Wednesday that he gave FBI Director James Comey a copy of the salacious and unverified or substantiated dossier on Donald Trump and potential Russian blackmail of the U.S. president-elect. McCain and Trump clashed during the 2016 elections. McCain could help Trump nominees get through the U.S. Senate but could oppose the incoming president’s moves on business issues such as trade and immigration. McCain isn’t popular with Trump backers. The Guardian…
In a series of tweets, Donald Trump said the dossier he was shown by FBI Director James Comey, containing potentially compromising, though unverified, information allegedly held by the Russians, was "fake news" created by political operatives on both sides of the aisle. The Wall Street Journal's...
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