G. McConway
October 14, 2022

Durham Probe: Steele Offered $1m to Corroborate Trump Allegations

The Durham Probe is back in the courtroom again and it is not looking good for the FBI. 

One of the tidbits to come out during the first few days was a payoff by the FBI. 

The agency was going to pay Steele $1 million to back up the allegations made against Trump, but he could not do it.  

No Corroboration 

If you look through the FISA warrants to spy on Carter Page, the Steele dossier is the key to the warrant application.  

The FBI was so desperate to get corroboration on the allegations, it offered that $1 million bounty to Steele, only he could not provide the proof the FBI needed. 

The bombshell was dropped while questioning FBI supervisory counterintelligence analyst Brian Auten.  

Durham asked him, "On October 21, 2016 [the date of the Carter Page FISA application], did you have any information to corroborate that information?"   

Auten replied, "No." 

Durham is handling things himself this time, which gives you the urgency he is treating this case. 

Durham knows he has to get a conviction or all the work he has done is for naught.  

You can read the full report on Fox News.  

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