Fox News: Republicans on House Intel Committee Widens Investigation into Trump Dossier

‘Republicans on the House Intel Committee are expanding their investigation’

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HERRIDGE: "That's right. Fox News has learned that Republicans on the House Intelligence Committee are sending this question about the Trump dossier to more officials in the Obama Administration, including a senior staffer for Vice President Joe Biden, whose husband works for Fusion GPS, the firm behind the anti-Trump political research. A source familiar with the matter confirmed to Fox that Shailagh Murray, who worked for Vice President Biden as deputy chief of staff and communications director, and then as a senior advisor to President Obama will receive a questionnaire today with a short timeline to respond about when she learned the dossier was funded by the DNC and the Clinton campaign. Here’s what key here. Murray, who previously worked as a journalist, is married to Neil King, who worked alongside senior leadership at Fusion GPS including Glenn Simpson, who you see right there. The firm was paid by the DNC and the Clinton campaign for the dossier research. Investigators questions whether this situation may have similarities to former senior Justice Department official Bruce Ohr and his wife Nellie who did Russia research for Fusion that ended up in the dossier. Questionnaire is also being sent to another official who worked in Biden’s office as a formal national security advisor."

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