So the founders of Fusion GPS just dropped a lot of accusations in an op-ed in the New York Times.
Among them, this: “Our sources said the dossier was taken so seriously because it corroborated reports the bureau had received from other sources, including 1 inside the Trump camp.”
Fusion GPS pushes back on Trump, and says Hill uninterested in exploring Trump finances despite being urged. Steele dossier taken seriously "because it corroborated reports the bureau had received from other sources, including one inside the Trump camp" https://t.co/sMMJ9DTcWa
— Manu Raju (@mkraju) January 3, 2018
Fusion GPS partners say BuzzFeed published dossier to "our dismay." Also claims to have not talked to FBI. But Glenn Simpson leaves out the part about meeting with Bruce Ohr. Op-ed also offers little to support core claims in dossier. https://t.co/OkUFq81mYz @dailycaller
— Chuck Ross (@ChuckRossDC) January 3, 2018
“Lawmakers in the thrall of the president continue to wage a cynical campaign to portray us as the unwitting victims of Kremlin disinformation.”
From my clients Glenn Simpson and Peter Fritsch of Fusion GPS: “Congress should release transcripts of our firm’s testimony, so that the American people can learn the truth about our work and most important, what happened to our democracy.” https://t.co/dvWr1NbyqV— Ted Boutrous (@BoutrousTed) January 3, 2018
SO they say they’re calling Republicans’ bluff on what they say are phony investigations meant to cover up for Trump. So… SOMEONE has to have evidence either way, right?!? RIGHT?!?!
Nope, just more accusations being flung forever and ever…