The Fusion GPS Trump-Russia collusion dossier is at the heart of the Mueller investigation.
Are the allegations of collusion it contains true?
One piece of paper could unravel that mystery and reveal the explosive truth.
A disturbing aspect of the story surrounding the dossier was how it ended up in former FBI Director Jim Comey’s hands.
Senator John McCain sent a trusted aide to London to pick up a copy.
David Kramer – a former State Department official – was the man McCain dispatched to retrieve the controversial document.
Kramer has been subpoenaed by the House Intelligence Committee in order to uncover who the source of the dossier was.
The Daily Caller reports:
“The House Intelligence Committee has issued a subpoena for an associate of Arizona Sen. John McCain’s who revealed last week that he knows the names of the Russian sources used in former British spy Christopher Steele’s infamous dossier.
A congressional source tells The Daily Caller that California Rep. Devin Nunes issued the subpoena on Wednesday for David J. Kramer, a former State Department official.
Kramer refused to divulge the names of Steele’s sources during a Dec. 19 interview with the panel, the source says.”
The central allegation of the dossier – that the Trump campaign colluded with Russia – has never been verified.
If the House Committee can determine the sources of the dossier, the credibility of the allegations can finally be put to rest.
Were the allegations of collusion fake news and misinformation?
The lack of evidence of collusion suggests that was the case.
Nailing down who was behind the allegations will be the final piece of evidence to answer that question for sure.
We will keep you up to date on any new developments in this story.