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Trump on DOJ-FBI Probe: 'Follow the Money'

Trump on DOJ-FBI Probe: 'Follow the Money'
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By    |   Tuesday, 22 May 2018 10:38 PM

President Donald Trump on Tuesday took more Twitter swipes at a suspected FBI informant — "spy" — infiltrating his campaign, calling on investigators to "follow the money" and accusing Democrats of working to help Hillary Clinton win.

"Follow the money!" he said in another.

The suspected FBI informant, identified in news reports as Stefan Halper, 73, has met with former Trump campaign aides George Papadopoulos and Carter Page — and with former campaign co-chairman Sam Clovis.

Neither the White House nor the FBI has confirmed whether Halper was the informant, but The Intercept and The Daily Caller have identified him as such.

Halper is a Cambridge University professor and longtime CIA operative who worked in three Republican administrations.

The Justice Department said Monday that it would investigate whether the Trump campaign was surveilled or infiltrated.

President Trump had called for an investigation the day before.

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Calling on investigators to "follow the money" and accusing Democrats of working to help Hillary Clinton win, President Donald Trump on Tuesday took more Twitter swipes at a suspected FBI informant, "spy," infiltrating his campaign.
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