The most important political scandal of 2017 was a pair of scandals that made the news all over the world: a Russian dossier that was shared by President Donald Trump and the Justice Department, and a series of emails between the Trump campaign and WikiLeaks.
While there were plenty of headlines about Trump and his Russia connections, it wasn’t the biggest scandal of the year.
The biggest scandal that had the most impact was one that happened to be a very big deal in 2016, and that is the revelation that the Trump administration was using a Russian-funded research firm to compile a dossier about Trump that was leaked to the press and then disseminated to other news organizations, including The New York Times.
The story of how Trump’s Russia ties were used by the Trump Administration is a story about how the system works, but the system is broken, and the way it is broken is not working.
It’s one of the most significant political scandals in American history.
The Washington Post has been investigating the Trump-Russia connection for a year, and this is what they’ve found.
The Trump Administration was a major player in the dossier The Washington Press Institute’s report about the dossier has become the most widely read, and influential, book about the Trump Presidency.
That is partly because it is written in a way that makes it clear that the media’s story about the Russia connection is the only story that matters.
That’s what the book is all about, and it is the story that has shaped the way people think about this scandal.
What was the dossier?
The Trump dossier was a 20-page document that was obtained by The New Yorker in January 2017 and made public in February 2018.
It is the first official Trump-Russian dossier that the public had access to.
The dossier alleges that Trump, as a presidential candidate, sought to obtain compromising personal information on a number of people, including former President Bill Clinton.
The report is based on a dossier compiled by a former British spy who, after he left MI6, was hired by the FBI and then handed the dossier to the Trump team.
The document is based heavily on intercepted communications between Russian operatives and Trump associates that have been reviewed by the U.S. intelligence community and confirmed by former U.K. spy Jonathan Steele.
It was obtained under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), and published by The Washington Times in June 2018.
What does the Trump dossier contain?
The dossier claims that Trump was trying to blackmail President Vladimir Putin by leaking compromising information about him.
The Steele dossier has been described by the Washington Post as the “fascinating document of the century.”
It’s full of damning allegations about Trump’s personal life, including that he slept with an escort; that he has an affair with a Russian beauty queen; that the Clintons had affairs with prostitutes; and that he and his family paid millions of dollars to Russia in a corrupt scheme.
What were the sources of the dossier’s allegations?
The Steele document was commissioned by a Russian intelligence operative who worked for the Kremlin’s GRU, or Russian military intelligence.
He was hired to gather compromising information on Trump and put it in a secret dossier that included allegations about the President.
The Russians hired Steele to do this work, and then the Kremlin commissioned him to produce the document.
It then shared the dossier with the White House.
What happened to the Steele dossier?
In late August 2017, BuzzFeed News published a report by BuzzFeed News editor Glenn Thrush, who reported that, as part of his reporting, he had spoken with people who worked on the Steele document.
Thrush said that the report was based on information provided to him by a source who worked with the Russian intelligence agency, who had access both inside and outside of the U: The Steele memo was an email chain that contained several intercepted conversations between an intermediary in Moscow and a former MI6 intelligence operative.
The Russian operative claimed to have information that could be used against Trump.
The U.N. Special Rapporteur on Torture, Juan Mendez, was also a source for Thrush’s article, and he confirmed the information in his testimony to the U, in which he said that he had met with people in the Trump camp who had spoken to him on the phone, and some of those people said that they believed that the Steele memo contained evidence of a serious wrongdoing against Trump that could implicate Trump in an attempted cover-up of Russian involvement.
What kind of evidence did the Steele report contain?
According to Thrush: One of the things that the dossier relied on was intercepts of phone calls between the Russian operatives that had been monitored by the Russians and former British intelligence officers.
Those intercepts showed that they were able to intercept the calls in a variety of ways.
One of those intercepts was a call made to a company that was supposed to provide access to Trump’s mobile phone.
The intercepts also showed that the Russian agents were able, in some cases, to monitor the calls of senior members of Trump’s