TREASON: McCain Admits He Gave Trump Dossier To Comey, Launching Witch Hunt

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In his new book, Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) admits that he handed over the DNC-funded anti-Trump Russia dossier to then FBI Director James Comey. He did it because in his mind, “duty demanded” it, and stated that “anybody who doesn’t like it can go to hell.”

McCain providing the dossier to Comey was an instrumental move to getting it released to the public. After receiving the dossier, Comey briefed President Trump on the contents of it. It was that briefing, in which President Trump acknowledged it existed, that gave enough credibility to Buzzfeed to release the dossier in its entirety.

This proves that John McCain was instrumental in starting the slow motion Russian Witch Hunt meant to overthrow a duly elected President.

The dossier, which was compiled by former British Spy Christopher Steele, and funded by the DNC and Hillary Clinton’s Presidential campaign, contained a number of salacious claims. The most charged claim had to do with the President paying prostitutes to urinate on his hotel bed while on a visit to Moscow. Despite media outlets like CNN covering those claims, there has never been any proof to back them, and Trump has continually denied.

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John McCain has a long history of fighting with the President. His most recent anti-Trump move was stating that he doesn’t want Trump to attend his funeral, which with his ailing health, could be very soon. Instead, he asked former Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama to speak at his funeral.

John McCain has long been a part of the political establishment and was a perennial presidential candidate. Seeing Donald Trump in the White House must be infuriating.

 

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