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Default Russia claimed it had ‘defamatory’ intelligence on Trump

Russia claimed it had ‘defamatory’ intelligence on Trump
BY Terence Cullen
Updated: Tuesday, May 30, 2017

President Trump has called the investigation a "witch hunt."

(Susan Walsh/AP)
Russian officials told one another they had “defamatory” information about then-candidate Donald Trump that could’ve potentially influenced the 2016 election, according to a report.
The intelligence was related to finances of the President as well as key members of his campaign, which the Kremlin believed was strong enough to use as leverage, multiple sources told CNN.
The Russians were convinced "they had the ability to influence the administration through the derogatory information," one source told the network.

That information could have been a ploy by Moscow to spread false information or could have been exaggerated, CNN reported.

"The Russians could be overstating their belief to influence,” a source told CNN.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has regularly denied that the country tried to influence the election.
Which aides the Kremlin discussed wasn’t clear because names were “masked” in the report — a common practice in which the identity of U.S. citizens is blocked in foreign surveillance.

Multiple members of the Trump campaign are being probed by Congress and the FBI over possible collusion with Russia to influence the 2016 election.

Michael Flynn, former national security adviser who left after barely three weeks on the job, has is under investigation for possible ties to the country that put him in a compromised position.
Jared Kushner, the President’s son-in-law and senior adviser, became a focus of the sweeping investigation, after reports alleged he attempted to set up a secret back channel communication with the Kremlin.

All have denied any wrongdoing to influence the campaign, including the President — who has called the investigation a “witch hunt.”
"Russian officials must be laughing at the U.S. & how a lame excuse for why the Dems lost the election has taken over the Fake News." Trump tweeted Tuesday morning.
A White House spokesman, earlier to CNN, offered a longer dismissal.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has denied the Kremlin played a role in the 2016 election.

"This is yet another round of false and unverified claims made by anonymous sources to smear the President. The reality is, a review of the President's income from the last ten years showed he had virtually no financial ties at all. There appears to be no limit to which the President's political opponents will go to perpetuate this false narrative, including illegally leaking classified material. All this does is play into the hands of our adversaries and put our country at risk.”
A report commissioned by a group opposed to Trump surfaced in early January that Russia might have compromising information on the President.
Christopher Steele, the former British spy who compiled the dossier, gave some of the information to the FBI — and the agency once considered paying for the whole report.
The Justice Department earlier this month tapped former FBI Director Robert Mueller to serve as special counsel into the investigation.
That came after the President fired FBI Director James Comey and the White House offered varying explanations for the dismissal. Attorney General Jeff Sessions, a Trump campaign surrogate, in March recused himself from anything related to the Russia investigation
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