Sunday, January 15, 2017

There's MORE: Israeli spies say Trump dossier only one of many reports being investigated

Israeli spies: Trump 'golden showers' dossier only one of many troubling reports being investigated

By Eric W. Dolan, rawstory.com

Intelligence agencies from around the world are investigating multiple reports that allege some connection between President-elect Donald Trump and the Russian government, according to Israeli intelligence officers who spoke to BuzzFeed.

Last week, BuzzFeed published an unverified dossier that claimed the Russian government had material that could be used to blackmail Trump. The dossier claimed Russia had recordings of Trump's "personal obsessions and sexual perversion." It was later revealed that the dossier had been compiled by Christopher Steele, a former member of the British intelligence agency MI6.

Intelligence agencies have reportedly been circulating several other reports regarding Trump's alleged ties to Russia.

"There have been various reports about Trump's ties to Russia," an intelligence officer told BuzzFeed. "The dossier is one of them, but there are others, they make other allegations. Some are more specific, and some are less. You can trust me that many intelligence agencies are trying to evaluate the extent to which Trump might have ties, or a weakness of some type, to Russia."

Steele, who was hired by Trump's political foes during last year's campaign season, had become so worried by the allegations he uncovered that he sent his report to the FBI, according to The Independent. However, Steele "came to believe there was a cover-up, that a cabal within the Bureau blocked a thorough inquiry" of Trump, the paper reported.

BuzzFeed said they were trying to verify the allegations contained in Steele's dossier, but have so far been unsuccessful.

Trump and his transition team have forcefully denied the allegations contained in the report, castigating them as "fake news."

Israeli intelligence officers were recently warned by U.S. spies not to share intelligence with the Trump administration until they could be sure the former reality TV star hadn't been compromised by Russia, reported the Israeli newspaper Yedioth Ahronoth.

"The Israelis who attended the meeting said that the Americans advised them not to expose any sensitive sources to members of the Trump administration, lest that information reach Iranian hands, until it becomes clear that Trump does not have a compromised relationship with Russia and is not vulnerable to extortion," the report claimed.

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