A source of the Fusion GPS dossier has a serious credibility problem. The Daily Caller reports:
The veracity of the Steele dossier is once again a topic of intense debate following the Justice Department’s release of secret warrants that the FBI used to monitor former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page. The four applications, which were obtained under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA), show that the bureau relied heavily on the dossier, which was funded by the Clinton campaign and DNC, to obtain the warrants, which accused Page of being a secret Kremlin agent.
But not only do many of the allegations in the dossier remain unverified, there is reason to doubt the credibility of a major source for the 35-page document, including for claims that the Kremlin has blackmail material on President Donald Trump and about Page’s alleged involvement in a collusion conspiracy.
The founder of the firm that commissioned that the dossier expressed doubts about that source, a Belarusian American businessman named Sergei Millian. And Christopher Steele, the former British spy who wrote the dossier, has reportedly told associates that allegations about Donald Trump attributed to Millian have only a “fifty-fifty” chance of being accurate.
According to the recent book “Russian Roulette,” Glenn Simpson, the founder of Fusion GPS, believed that Millian was a “big talker” who overstated his links to Trumpworld.
Knowing that this source was at the origin of the FISA warrant, the entire Mueller investigation is now in question.