Ex-CIA Director John Brennan: Agency Intel Suggested ‘Pee Tape’ Dossier Was Correct

Ex-CIA Director John Brennan: Agency Intel Suggested ‘Pee Tape’ Dossier Was Correct

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Last month, out of nowhere, President Donald Trump suddenly revoked the security clearance of former CIA Director John Brennan, a man who has served this country for over 25 years. But now it appears that Brennan is getting sweet revenge on Trump with comments he made to Bob Woodward in the new book Fear, which details the inner workings of the Trump White House.

Specifically, Brennan addressed the issue of the infamous Steele dossier, which alleged that Russian intelligence had compromising information (kompromat) on Donald Trump, including his activities with Russian prostitutes which included the women urinating on a bed in Moscow as Trump watched. The president has denied any such assignation ever took place.

Brennan told Woodward that information in the dossier “was in line” with reports the CIA had received from its “own sources.”

Ed Henry of Fox News tweeted out the explosive allegation earlier today:

So the CIA also had information which corroborated the Steele dossier. No wonder Trump was so eager to pull Brennan’s security clearance and try to discredit him. Much the same way he’s repeatedly attacked American intelligence agencies, the FBI, Department of Justice, and even his own hand-picked attorney general, Trump has been engaged in an effort to try and cast doubt on any department or individual who might have damaging or incriminating information about his past activities and endless connections to Russia.

Innocent people don’t act the way Donald Trump does whenever the subject turns to Russia. With his own words, deeds, and tweets, Trump continues to suggest that he’s guilty.

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