The FBI erroneously told its agents that Trump's allegations of Russian collusion originated in the U.S. Department of Justice, bomb documents reveal.

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Hillary Clinton personally approved plans to share Trump-Russia's claims with the press in 2016, campaign managers say. Marshal Cohen Marshall Cohen, CNN , Friday, May 20, 2022, updated at 6:20 pm ET October 19, 2016, Democratic Presidential Candidate Hillary Clinton, Central, Campaign Manager Robbie Mook, Left, Travel Reporter Nick Merrill, Right, October 19, 2016.

 

Democratic Presidential Candidate Hillary Clinton, Central, Campaign Manager Robby Mook, Left, Traveling Press Secretary Nick Merrill, Right, October 19, 2016. (CNN) Hillary Clinton has personally approved the Fall 2016 campaign plan.

 

The campaign manager testified in federal court on Friday. Robby Mook said he attended a meeting with other senior campaign officials where they learned about strange cyberactivity that suggested a relationship between the Trump Organization and Alfa Bank, which is based in Moscow.

 

The group decided to share the information with a reporter, and Mook subsequently ran that decision by Clinton herself. "We discussed it with Hillary," Mook said, later adding that "she agreed with the decision."

 

Takeaways from a critical witness in the John Durham probe's first trial Takeaways from a critical witness in the John Durham probe's first trial A campaign staffer later passed the information to a reporter from Slate magazine, which the campaign hoped the reporter would "vet it out, and write what they believe is true," Mook said.

 

Slate published a story on October 31, 2016, raising questions about the odd TrumpAlfa cyber links. After that story came out, Clinton tweeted about it, and posted a news release that said, "This secret hotline may be the key to unlocking the mystery of Trump's ties to Russia."

 

The testimony came in the criminal trial of Clinton campaign lawyer Michael Sussmann, who is being prosecuted by the Trumpera special counsel John Durham. Durham is investigating possible fraud in connection with the FBI's investigation into Trump Russia.

 

The trial revealed the dark art of opposition investigations and how the campaign digs up stories of media stains and plants. Federal agents finally concluded that there was no illegal TrumpAlfa CyberLink. Clinton officials say they didn't approve the FBI meeting Sasman leaked the same information about Trump and Alfa Bank to FBI officials in September 2016.

 

The prosecutor accused him of lying to the FBI, claiming he had mistakenly told FBI officials that he wasn't there for the client, even though he was there on behalf of Clinton. He pleaded not guilty, claimed to have gone as a citizen of concern "to help the FBI," and claimed that Clinton's campaign did not want him to meet with the FBI.

 

Marc Elias, a senior legal adviser to Mook and another Clinton senior campaigner, emphasized this week that the Witness's allegations are upheld. Both testified that they did not allow or instruct Sasman to go to the FBI with the tip of an explosive card. Mook said on Friday that he didn't even know who Sasman was during the 2016 campaign, and he declined the FBI meeting. "