BREAKING LEAK: Memo Details Russia’s Blackmail Info On Trump’s ‘Obsessions And Perversions’

Unverified Report Makes Disturbing Allegations About Trump

Buzzfeed published a 35-page “unverified” collection of intelligence memos that has been making the rounds of intelligence agencies, US officials and editorial rooms, Tuesday evening. Buzzfeed stresses that they can’t independently verify the report, and Reverb Press also stresses that the report is unverified. CNN previously reported on the report’s 2-page synopsis on alleged connections between president-elect Donald Trump’s campaign and Russia, after an investigation by legendary Watergate journalist Carl Bernstein, among others. You can read the full report here.

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The unverified report alleges that Russia has compromising blackmail information on the president-elect. This includes allegations that Russia “exploit[ed] Trump’s personal obsessions and sexual perversions…”

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The report alleges that Donald’s campaign used moles to undermine Hillary Clinton, and that large amounts of intelligence were being passed back and forth between the Trump campaign and Russian intelligence,

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The report alleges that Putin cultivated the New York businessman to undermine Hillary Clinton because he “hated and feared” her. Trump advisers Paul Manafort and Carter Page were allegedly the conduits for this relationship,

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The report alleges that Russia was behind the hacking of the DNC, leaking to WikiLeaks, and that Donald was aware of it and supported it,

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Following the leak of the report, Donald tweeted that it was “FAKE NEWS.”

ABC News reported that the FBI is investigating the claims in the unverified report.

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Marc Belisle is the Reverb Press World Affairs Editor. He is a writer, activist and teacher. He has a Master's degree in International Conflict Analysis from the Brussels School of International Studies. READ MORE BY MARC.