Holy Smokes! Fusion GPS Is Still ‘Digging’ up Dirt on the President

Fusion GPS is the Trump-Russia Dossier Firm that has everything to lose if there is no dirt turned up on President Donald Trump. That is why it is reported that they continue to investigate President Trump and Russia. It may be a desperate ploy on their part. 

Fusion GPS and one of its it founders, Glen Simpson, have been under a lot of pressure from various committees in Congress. None of their salacious claims have been verified. Their investigator, Christopher Steele has already made multiple appearances in Congress. The heat must be being felt at Fusion GPS.

As Written and Reported By Sam Schwarz for Newsweek:

Fusion GPS, the firm behind the controversial dossier connecting President Donald Trump and Russia, is apparently not done looking into potential ties between the president and the nation accused of meddling in the 2016 elections.

The news comes from a report in The New York Times Monday, which purports that the barrage of attacks facing the firm, founded by former Wall Street Journal reporter Glenn Simpson, and dossier author Christopher Steele has not stopped Fusion GPS from continuing its investigations.

Based on multiple people briefed on the research, The Times reports that Fusion is still looking into links between Trump and Russia. The specific line of inquiry, however, remains under wraps.

The news report comes just days after two prominent Republican senators on the Senate Judiciary Committee recommended to the Department of Justice that it open a probe into Steele. The letter was the first criminal referral in congressional investigations into Russia meddling in the election.

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Trump-Russia Dossier Firm Is Still ‘Digging’ up Dirt on the President

 

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