Is the Trump-Russia Scandal the New Benghazi? - New Republic

If no smoking gun is produced, the Democrats could be chasing a controversy at the cost of building a better case against Trump. By Alex Shephard. January 13, 2017. Donald Trump's friendliness with Russia—and his refusal to condemn its interference in ...

Decision to brief Trump on allegations brought a secret and unsubstantiated dossier into the public domain - Washington Post

As the nation's top spies prepared to brief President Obama and President-elect Donald Trump on Russian interference in the 2016 election, they faced an excruciatingly delicate question: Should they mention the salacious allegations that had been ...

Trump, the Dossier, and the Press - City Journal

The president-elect's jousting with the media obscures his admission that Russia hacked the DNC. Judith Miller. January 12, 2017. Politics and law. The 35-page memo outlining Russia's collection of allegedly compromising financial and sexual ...

How a Sensational, Unverified Dossier Became a Crisis for Donald Trump - New York Times

The building in London housing Orbis Business Intelligence, a commercial intelligence firm started by a former British intelligence officer who collected an opposition research dossier on President-elect Donald J. Trump. Credit Yui Mok/Press ...

President-elect Donald Trump fields questions on his Russia ties, the Mexico wall and other topics: Editorial Board ... - cleveland.com

President-elect Donald Trump's first press conference in six months was must-watch reality television Wednesday, occurring hours after an explosive CNN story said Trump was presented an uncorroborated private security document during a U.S ...

US intel sources warn Israel against sharing secrets with Trump administration - Ynetnews

Israeli intelligence officials fear that top-secret information that has been exposed to the United States will be leaked to Russia—and from Russia to its close ally, Iran. Ronen Bergman |Published: 12.01.17 , 14:12 ...

US Intelligence Officials Reportedly Warn Israeli Counterparts Against Sharing Info With Trump Administration - Haaretz

Shared information could be leaked to Russia and onward to Iran, American officials implied to Israelis in closed meeting, saying Kremlin has 'leverages of pressure' over Trump, Ronen Bergman reports. Haaretz. May 16, 2017 3:23 PM. 0comments Print Zen