Oct. 30, 2017
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Hillary Clinton’s campaign and the DNC helped fund research last year for a controversial dossier.
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The file contained unsubstantiated claims about Donald Trump’s past activities in Russia. Much of the dossier has been independently verified.
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A law firm, representing the Clinton campaign and the DNC, financed Fusion GPS, a firm in Washington, to conduct the research into Trump.
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Here are five questions that need to be answered for former Clinton and DNC staffers…
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According to CNN, both top Democrats told congressional investigators earlier this year they had no knowledge of who financed the dossier.
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Podesta’s lawyer, Marc Elias, sat next to him during his Capitol Hill testimony when Podesta said he did not have a role in paying for the dossier.
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According to the 'Washington Post,' Clinton's campaign paid $5.6 million to the firm which retained Fusion GPS, and the DNC paid $3.6 million.
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A House and Senate controlled by Republicans almost guarantees a full-blown inquiry into who in Democratic circles knew what about funding the dossier.
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A complaint filed with the Federal Election Commission accused Clinton’s campaign of violating campaign finance laws by not reporting payment for the dossier.
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There are lots of loose ends for top Clinton Democrats to tie up. And Republicans will likely pursue every avenue available to make this a public investigation.
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