Fox News: Comey, Brennan Primary DOJ, CIA Officials Pushing Unverified Steele Dossier

‘Comey told subordinates that he insisted the dossier should be included in the formal intelligence assessment on Russian election interference’

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HERRIDGE: "A dispute over whether former CIA director John Brennan or former FBI director James Comey pushed the unverified dossier during the presidential transition has broken out into the open after U.S. Attorney John Durham was tapped by Attorney General William Barr to investigate the investigators. The records are not public, but sources familiar with the content say December 2016 e-mails indicate Comey told Bureau subordinates that Brennan insisted the dossier should be included in the formal intelligence assessment on Russian election interference. That report, called the ICA, was delivered two weeks before President Trump took office."

 

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