Hillary Clinton and her team used cell phone data to spy on former President Donald Trump while he was in office, according to a recent report filed by Special Counsel John Durham.
“Special Counsel John Durham filed a motion in federal court in Washington, DC, on Friday alleging that Hillary Clinton’s political allies paid a contractor to spy on Donald Trump — both as a candidate, and as president — using cell phone data,” reports Breitbart News.
“The motion was filed in the case of former Clinton Campaign lawyer Michael Sussmann, who is charged with lying to the FBI about whether he was working for the campaign when he told the FBI about a false link between Trump and Russia,” reported Breitbart News.
“Sussmann was a partner at Perkins Coie, which often represents Democrats and which hired Fusion GPS to produce the false Russia ‘dossier’ on then-candidate Trump, at the behest of the Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee,” according to Breitbart News.
“The filing then reveals that Sussmann was involved in an effort to mine data from a project run by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) at a U.S. university (identified in previous reports as Georgia Tech) to spy on Trump and his associates — at Trump Tower, at Trump’s private residence, and at the Executive Office of the Presidency once Trump took office in the White House,” reports Breitbart News. “Their goal was to dig up damaging information that could then be used to build the ‘Russia collusion’ narrative against Trump.”
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