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    Secret Note: A British spy struggled to prevent Trump from reaching the US presidency

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    Post by Rocky Sun 04 Feb 2018, 1:04 am

    [ltr]Secret Note: A British spy struggled to prevent Trump from reaching the US presidency[/ltr]
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     Since 2018-02-03 at 11:58 (Baghdad time)
    [ltr]Secret Note: A British spy struggled to prevent Trump from reaching the US presidency 28[/ltr]
    [ltr]Follow up of Mawazine News[/ltr]
    [ltr]A secret FBI memo revealed that a British spy had struggled to prevent Trump's election[/ltr]
    [ltr]The British newspaper The Daily Telegraph published articles under the title "Worse than the Water Gate, a secret memo revealing that a British spy was struggling to prevent Trump's election."[/ltr]
    [ltr]The article, which included the investigation of the memo, was co-authored by Ben Reilly Smith, editor of American affairs in the newspaper, and Rosina Sabor, her Washington correspondent.[/ltr]
    [ltr]The report notes that "Washington DC has witnessed charges of a British spy that he was behind a package of charges against US President Donald Trump because he was struggling to prevent him from winning the last presidential election."[/ltr]
    [ltr]The newspaper added that a memo revealed that Christopher Steele had written a Justice Department official before the 2016 election that he was "excited" to prevent Trump from winning the election.[/ltr]
    [ltr]The newspaper notes that members of the Republican Party cling to this memo to prove that the former agent of the British intelligence "MI6" was driven by a contractual anti-Trump, which doubts the neutrality of his testimony against the US President.[/ltr]
    [ltr]The newspaper notes that the four-page memo was written by a Republican congressman and recently announced by Trump, criticizing the way the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the Department of Justice treated Steele's testimony, which led to the investigation of members of the Trump campaign.[/ltr]
    [ltr]The newspaper adds that Democrats on their part considered Trump's move to publish the document political disgrace and an attempt to reduce the efforts of the American intelligence services and to obstruct investigations into the involvement of the Russians in the manipulation of the elections in favor of Trump.[/ltr]
    [ltr]President Donald gave the green light to publish a secret memo drafted by Republicans in Congress, despite fears that it could cause the resignation of FBI director Christopher and Ray, and lead to a new US administration crisis.[/ltr]
    [ltr]WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The House of Representatives Intelligence Committee on Friday published an unprecedented memo denouncing the FBI's tactics, just minutes after President Donald Trump announced it was declassified.[/ltr]
    [ltr]The memo is a four-page memo prepared by Republican President of the Intelligence Committee Devin Nyons, apart from the views of Democratic members of the Commission, the FBI and the Department of Justice, based on tip-off information from the federal police on a member of the Trump campaign team in 2016.[/ltr]
    [ltr]"We are going to see what happens," said Trump in the Oval Office, ignoring warnings from the director of the FBI. "What is happening in our country is shameful ... Many people feel shame."[/ltr]
    [ltr]Christopher Ray, the current director of the FBI, clearly stated that he did not support the publication of the document, as the Ministry of Justice expressed its reservation for security reasons and the danger of revealing methods of gathering information.[/ltr]
    [ltr]The FBI wiretap revealed a member of the Trump campaign team in 2016 as part of investigations into Russian activity.[/ltr]
    [ltr]Informed sources said Christopher Steele, who wrote reports that Rosa's agents had collected information suspicious of US President-elect Donald Trump, was a former officer of the British intelligence service.[/ltr]
    [ltr]Former British intelligence officials known as MI6-Steele have spent years working for the agency disguised in the cloak of the diplomatic corps in Russia, Paris and the Foreign Office in London.[/ltr]
    [ltr]After leaving the intelligence service, Steele provided the US Federal Bureau of Investigation with information on corruption in FIFA.[/ltr]
    [ltr]US officials said it was his information on corruption in international football that gave credence to his report on collecting information about Trump in Russia.[/ltr]
    [ltr]E-mail messages seen by members of an FBI team charged with investigating organized crime in Europe and Asia met Steele in London to look into charges of possible corruption at FIFA, which is organizing the World Cup finals in Switzerland.[/ltr]
    [ltr]People familiar with Steele's activities said the FA had contracted its British-based company, Orbis Business Intelligence, to collect FIFA investigations. At the time, the federation was hoping to organize the 2018 or 2022 World Cup. The records of British companies show that Orbis was founded in March 2009.[/ltr]
    [ltr]Amid a storm of corruption charges, Moscow and Qatar were chosen to host the 2018 and 2022 World Cup respectively.[/ltr]
    [ltr]The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) team, led by Steele, then opened an extensive inquiry into allegations of corruption in the world of football that led to charges against scores of top US football officials.[/ltr]
    [ltr]Senior FIFA officials, including FIFA president Sepp Blatter, were forced to resign.[/ltr]
    [ltr]is over[/ltr]
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