John Brennan briefed Obama on the “Pee Dossier?”

It is now being reported that CIA Director John Brennan was briefing President Obama about the Steele Dossier in the Presidential Daily Briefings. This flies in the face of other testimony by Mr. Brennan as to his knowledge of and use of the Pee Dossier. It is interesting to note the time frame that this information was presented to Obama as Donald Trump was already President-Elect. Did the former CIA Director tell the President where the dossier came from? Was the involvement of the DNC, the Hillary Campaign, or Fusion GPS included in these briefs? Again, this is no longer a witch hunt. President Trump has been set up and framed.

As Written and Reported By Joshua Caplan for Breitbart:

A new report alleges that former CIA Director John Brennan included claims from the dubious Steele dossier into President Barack Obama’s Presidential Daily Brief — without disclosing the source of the allegations.

“Brennan put some of the dossier material into the PDB [presidential daily briefing] for Obama and described it as coming from a ‘credible source,’ which is how they viewed Steele,” a source close to the House probe told Real Clear Investigations reporter Paul Sperry.

“But they never corroborated his sources,” the source added.

The allegations began to reach the PDB after Obama ordered Brennan to produce a report on Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election, just one month after President Donald Trump won the White House. In January, both Obama and Trump were briefed on the Intelligence Community’s findings.

Brennan’s actions appear to contradict former DNI chief James Clapper and fired FBI Director James Comey’s claims that details of the dossier were unclassified, despite being a part of the highly classified PDB.

In February, Brennan was ensnared in the House Intelligence Committee Republicans’ …….


Report: John Brennan Worked ‘Pee Dossier’ into Obama’s Daily Briefing, Called Steele ‘Credible Source’ | Breitbart


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