Report: Mueller still relying on discredited ‘dossier’

Then-FBI Director Robert Mueller, left, acknowledges applause during then-President Barack Obama’s remarks on June 21, 2013. Obama had announced James Comey, right, as his nominee to succeed Mueller as FBI director (Official White House photo)

The Democratic Party-funded, anti-Trump “dossier” – parts of which were described by then-FBI director James Comey as “salacious and unverified” – continues to be used by Special Counsel Robert Mueller as his “road map” for investigative leads, according to sources familiar with the investigation.

Mueller’s team, reports Paul Sperry for RealClearInvestigations, also has used information obtained through the wiretapping of former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page, which was authorized by a top-secret surveillance court based on the dossier, according to former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe.

Earlier this month, Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton asserted the revelations about the discredited dossier’s centrality in obtaining the surveillance warrant means the entire Mueller investigation

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