Investigation Into Trump Delayed By Intelligence Community Even Through Provided Evidence

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Revelation after revelation, the Trump/Russia dossier is accumulating weight and is at risk of detonating a major political blast that could significantly destabilize Washington.

In a potential affirmative situation, the magnitude of the reverberations will create a popular unrest with unpredictable dimensions, disrupting the entire government and shattering the pubic political trust.

New information indicate the British Government Communication Head Quarter to have issued a report to their American intelligence allies, back in 2015, warning to have come across suspicious transmissions between Mr. Donald Trump and major Russian individuals.

Slow Reaction:

In what was described as a “Slow Reaction”, the Federal Bureau of Investigation didn’t initiate a quick investigation and was, according to an anonymous source, due to American legislations prohibiting US agencies from examining the private communications of American citizens without warrants.

With increased European intelligence agencies confirming the rumors, the director of the Central Intelligence Agency Mr. John Brennan, finally launched a major inter-agency investigation in the summer of 2016.

Gang Of Eight:

On congressional level, the “Gang of Eight” consisted of the top-ranking Democratic and Republican leaders in the House and Senate, were given classified briefings.

The senior congressman and senators were instructed about evidence that the Kremlin might be trying to help Trump to win the presidency, according to the New York Times.

Public critique and accusations of delayed actions, at the U.S intelligence community, is explained by three major intelligence officials as: “Warning signs had been building throughout last summer but were far from clear.

As WikiLeaks published emails stolen from the Democratic national committee, US agencies began picking up conversations in which Russians were discussing contacts with Trump associates.”