President Trump’s first tweet of the day Saturday was in reference to an article published by Fox News, titled, “Firm behind anti-Trump dossier also worked for Russia, Senate witness says.”
Indeed, according to a Wall Street Journal report Thursday, the organization behind the infamous and discredited Trump dossier, Fusion GPS, is a for-hire political research firm, “paid to dig up dirt on targets,” which was admittedly hired by a law firm representing a Russian company called Prevezon.
“What if, all this time, Washington and the media have had the Russia collusion story backward? What if it wasn’t the Trump campaign playing footsie with the Vladimir Putin regime, but Democrats? The more we learn about Fusion, the more this seems a possibility,” asks the WSJ report.
“In other words, Russia was against Trump in the 2016 Election – and why not, I want strong military & low oil prices. Witch Hunt!” President Trump tweeted in response.
In other words, Russia was against Trump in the 2016 Election – and why not, I want strong military & low oil prices. Witch Hunt! https://t.co/mMSxj4Su5z
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) July 29, 2017
Firm behind anti-Trump dossier also worked for Russia, Senate witness says https://t.co/0hj0tAIpe7
— FOX & friends (@foxandfriends) July 28, 2017
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