"WOW", Trump tweeted, tagging and apparently quoting his favorite show "Fox and Friends" Tuesday.
And if the dossier is "bogus" and there are questions about how it was funded, that raises questions on using what it contained as evidence needed for the Federal Bureau of Investigation to obtain a Foreign intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) warrant needed to eavesdrop on the President's team.
Tuesday, US President Donald Trump slammed a dossier compiled during the election in an atempt to develop a "dark file" about him as a "Crooked Hillary pile of Garbage", that was used as the basis of going after his campaign. FBI CANNOT (after all this time) VERIFY CLAIMS IN DOSSIER OF RUSSIA/TRUMP COLLUSION.
Trump was referencing the unverified allegations that he had colluded with Russian intelligence before the United States election to sabotage Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign.
The 35-page document was reportedly circulating in Washington for months before BuzzFeed took the controversial decision in January 2017 to publish its entirety.
Trump's lawyers continue to predict that Mueller is wrapping up his probe as it relates to anyone in the White House.
Washington D.C. based opposition research firm Fusion GPS arranged the dossier, which was originally funded by the Washington Free Beacon during the Republican presidential primary. About 20 minutes before the president's tweet, the curvy couch fervently discussed these matters with conservative commentator Buck Sexton, who noted the dossier likely received part of its funding from Hillary Clinton's 2016 campaign.
The information in the dossier, which included allegedly compromising information on Trump, made its way to the FBI, which opened its own investigation of former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort and other officials.