Russian Intelligence Knew of Steele Research into Trump Campaign as Early as July 2016

Donald Trump greets supporters at a rally in Fountain Hills, Ariz., in March 2016. (Mario Anzuoni/Reuters)
The Russian Intelligence Service was aware of former British spy Christopher Steele’s investigation into the Trump presidential campaign as early as July 2016, according to newly declassified footnotes from the Intelligence Community Inspector General’s report on the FBI’s Russia investigation.
Steele’s firm Orbis was hired by Fusion GPS in June 2016 to conduct opposition research on the Trump campaign.

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