(USAFeatures.news) The FBI’s insertion of an informant into the 2016 Trump campaign to spy on the candidate’s advisers and associates did not produce anything useful, according to the Justice Department’s inspector general report, which, for the first time, disclosed bits of secretly recorded conversations.
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The Washington Times reported that the IG documented FBI dispatched several unnamed FBI informants to spy on Trump campaign associates who were known as confidential human sources (CHS).
The most publicized of these was Cambridge University Prof. Stefan Halper, a longtime national security operative. He ingratiated himself to George Papadopoulos and Carter Page while also trying to engage a senior Trump campaign official in New York City, the Times reported, citing the IG.
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