Key source in unverified Russian dossier is revealed

By Josh King, Buzz60

A key source in the uncorroborated Russian dossier claims has been revealed according to a source knowledgeable in raw intelligence given to the FBI.

ABC news reports Sergei Millian, a U.S.-Russian businessman and naturalized American citizen who reportedly did business with President Trump, claims he was in Russia during the time the dossier accused Trump of being involved with Russian prostitutes.

Millian may have even hinted at the allegations against Trump in an interview with ABC where he said, "Trump likes Russian women."

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And while the published dossier doesn't name Millian, a version given to the FBI does, according to a source who has seen the FBI's version.

However, Trump's team discredits Millian saying that he isn't who he says he is and that he should be careful about calling himself a Trump-approved broker.

Millian admits he has connections to the Kremlin, but denies any claims that he is a Russian spy.

The Trump administration still denounces the salacious claims made in the unverified report as completely "fake news."

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