John McCain has his fingerprints on the Russian dossier?

Arizona Senator John McCain may be facing some serious questions in his part in spreading the Russian dossier on Donald Trump. It is well known that McCain has no love for the President. He admits to making a trip to Europe to bring the dossier back so that he could give it to the FBI. How did he know about the dossier? Who told him? Did he spread it to more than just the FBI? 

As Written By Monica Showalter for the American Thinker:

Now that news is coming out about who paid for the Trump “dossier” of false, salacious “secret” information on then-President-elect Trump, the other question worth asking is what the role of John McCain was in spreading it.

McCain says he got hold of the document after flying to Europe to get it – and passed it solely to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, which used the bogus information as a basis to surveil Trump.

According to former Trump spokesperson, Katrina Pierson, who now runs a political group and has a pretty good blog:

Sen. John McCain may find himself facing serious questions following the disclosure that the Hillary Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee helped fund research utilized in the infamous, largely discredited 35-page dossier on President Donald Trump.

Now it’s known that he’s temperamentally opposed to Trump – he’s been around the political block for jurassically long, is known as a swamp thing, he reaches-across-the-aisle to cave-in to his opponents, and he repeatedly gets into ethics tangles. But McCain also has very specific grudges against Trump. The first, because of Trump’s insults against McCain’s service record on the campaign trail (which were not a good idea), and the second because of lingering bitterness over his own failed 2008 presidential campaign, when he was the Republican nominee, and the sorry reminder of it from Trump’s successful…….


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