April 29, 2020 By Chrissy Clark
On March 17 and 18, Christopher Steele testified in a British court where he revealed both 2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and former National Security Adviser Susan Rice knew about his anti-Trump dossier research.
According to a transcript obtained by Just the News, Steele told a British court he was hired by Fusion GPS through the Democratic National Committee (DNC) linked law firm Perkins Coie to work for the Clinton campaign. Steele said Fusion GPS owner Glenn Simpson tipped him to the DNC’s role in the anti-Trump dossier.
“I presumed it was the Clinton campaign, and Glenn Simpson had indicated that,” Steele said. “But I was not aware of the technicality of it being the DNC that was actually the client of Perkins Coie.”
When pressured to address exactly who knew what about the anti-Trump research, Steele conceded Hillary Clinton herself knew about the dossier research.
“I believed it was the campaign, yes,” Steele said.
“The leadership of the Clinton campaign?” a lawyer asked Steele.
“Fine, the leadership of the campaign,” Steele said.