The former MI6 agent Christopher Steele who was behind the anti-Trump dossier, and has also been accused by President Trump of being a failed spy finally agreed to be questioned by US officials over ties to FBI.
Steele who was paid by Hillary Clinton and the DNC to compile a 35-page dossier smearing Donald Trump during the 2016 presidential election earlier refused to cooperate with US Attorney John Durham in his investigation into the origins of Spygate. Durham was appointed by Attorney General William Barr to head this investigation.
THE DAILY CALLER – A source close to Steele told the newspaper he plans to meet with American authorities within the next several weeks, but only about his interactions with the FBI and only with the approval of the British government.
Christopher Steele has agreed to meet with U.S. investigators in London, but with certain conditions, according to Times of London. https://t.co/jGQe0fZBCE
— Chuck Ross (@ChuckRossDC) June 4, 2019
Robert Mueller’s report earlier dismissed many key claims of the dossier compiled by private investigator Christopher Steele and this fuelled Republican calls to investigate the entire SPYGATE SCANDAL.
According to CNN – Christopher Steele admitted during a lawsuit deposition that he used internet searches and unverified information to support details mentioned in the dossier, according to select pages of his deposition transcript that a federal court unsealed.