Trump dossier: Russia 'has compromising material' on president-elect – live updates

FBI handed dossier alleging secret Trump-Russia contactsMoscow alleged to have enough material to blackmail Trump‘Unverified, potentially unverifiable’ documents published by BuzzFeed 11.03am GMT Welcome to live coverage on the aftermath of the publication of explosive, but unverified, allegations that Donald Trump had secret contacts with Moscow and that Russia has enough compromising material to blackmail the president-elect.Last month Senator John McCain passed a six month dossier of memos complied by a former MI6 counterintelligence official, to the FBI director, James Comey. It contains a series of extraordinary, and sometimes salacious, allegations that Trump has dismissed as “fake news” and a “witch hunt”. The news website posted the unredacted documents on Tuesday, just 10 days before Trump’s inauguration, with a warning that the contents contained errors and were “unverified and potentially unverifiable” .The decision to put the claims in the public domain forced other media outlets to repeat the allegations or ignore a story that lit up the internet. Some critics rounded on BuzzFeed, calling it irresponsible ...FAKE NEWS - A TOTAL POLITICAL WITCH HUNT! Continue reading...

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