Published: Sun, February 11, 2018
World | By Camille Rivera

CIA Paid Shadowy Russian $100K for Fake Dirt on Trump

CIA Paid Shadowy Russian $100K for Fake Dirt on Trump

The report said that USA officials didn't want the information about Trump, who didn't address the attempt to retrieve the classified National Security Agency material, which was considered extraordinarily important to intelligence operations. "It is all now starting to come out - DRAIN THE SWAMP!"

The American spies ended "chasing the Russian out of Western Europe, warning him not to return if he valued his freedom", The Times reported, based on an account from the businessman, who is now said to have possession of the Trump "material" somewhere in Europe. However, when they delivered the $100,000 - the first payment of the $1 million deal - all they received was shoddy information on Trump and his associates.

Several American intelligence officials said they made clear that they did not want the Trump material from the Russian, who was suspected of having murky ties to Russian intelligence and to Eastern European cybercriminals.

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Early in the negotiations, the Russian had asked $10 million for the NSA material but then dropped his asking price to just over $1 million, sparking concerns among US officials that his real intent might be to feed them false information about Trump to discredit him or the special counsel's investigation and the intelligence community, the Times reported.

The Intercept reports that many involved in the "secret communications channel" between the USA and the Russian are unaware of what actually transpired in the operation nor are they certain if the Russian was acting on his own or on behalf of the Russian government and if he was making an effort in the disinformation campaign that took place during the 2016 election.

He was eventually told by the Central Intelligence Agency to leave Europe and not return. "If somebody comes to them with something of real counterintelligence value that shows that an American is working as an agent of a foreign power, then, yes, they're interested". According to the newspaper, the hacker thanked them for the offer and left. Despite the intelligence community's conclusion that Russian Federation meddled in the 2016 election, Trump on occasion has seemingly dismissed this analysis.

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President Trump has said publicly that there is a bias against him within the United States government. I asked him again. In October and December he delivered documents he alleged contained information which implicated Trump's associates, but the Times reports that most of the information the documents included were already public knowledge.

'Comey had conversations with Donald Trump, which I don't believe were accurate.he leaked information'.

And looking back, it should have been obvious that the Russian never had any ties to sensitive information.

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