Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham said Friday that U.S. officials received as many as six warnings that dossier author Christopher Steele was an unreliable source of information regarding President Donald Trump.
Graham discussed the assessment of Steele during a radio interview with host Sean Hannity, but he stopped short of describing all of the information regarding the former British spy because much of it is classified.
The article goes on to state the following:
“There’s four events that I’m aware of, five actually, where the system was informed that Christopher Steele was an unreliable informant when it came to Trump,” Graham told Hannity.
Graham added, “Some of them I can’t tell you yet until we get this stuff declassified. But I think it’s going to be five; it may be six.”
Lindsey Graham says there are previously undisclosed examples of the FBI being told that Christopher Steele was an unreliable source. He declines to elaborate, saying the info remains classified. https://t.co/3alBvrHoEn
— Chuck Ross (@ChuckRossDC) September 14, 2019
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