Did Australian Diplomat – and Possibly Other Foreign Allies – Share Intel on Trump?
Congressmen Feel Blindsided by Trump’s Decision to not Declassify Key FISA Documents
Australian Ambassador Alexander Downer evaded questions during a recent
BBC interview regarding suggestions made by George Papadopoulos that
Downer may have been recording his conversations in an effort to spy on
the then-Trump campaign volunteer.
The answers to those questions would be significant because they
would reveal the extent of other nation’s efforts in cooperating with
the FBI’s counterintelligence operation on President Donald Trump’s
campaign, say U.S. officials that spoke to SaraACarter.com. The
information–if it was used–would be part of the Foreign Intelligence
Surveillance Act (FISA) warrant’s package of evidence presented to the
secret court, said one former and one current U.S. official.