"But you can understand how that could raise questions and lead to probable cause", Stephanopoulos argued.
A former Trump campaign adviser at the center of the discredited dossier said everything he has seen so far is ridiculous.
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At issue is whether the federal probe into the Trump campaign's Russian Federation ties is infected with political bias, as Republicans say - or whether the GOP is using deceitful tactics to quash the probe, as Democrats insist.
But questioned about reports he gave documents to a Russian charged with espionage, Page dismissed it as spin.
Page disputed the dossier, claiming he never met with Russian energy magnate Igor Sechin and was never offered a "19 percent stake" in the oil company to remove sanctions on Russia.
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The FBI and DOJ also didn't disclose to the FISA court that Steele had been paid by Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign and the Democratic National Committee, and that he was fiercely opposed to Trump, making the information provided highly questionable. Page has denied the assertions. Podobnyy and one of the Russians had diplomatic immunity and left the U.S. The third Russian was arrested and eventually expelled from the U.S.in April 2017.
Campaign manager Kellyanne Conway told CNN at the time that Page is "certainly not part of the campaign I'm running". McClatchy reported past year that in 2008, the U.S. Embassy in Turkmenistan sent a cable to the U.S. State Department describing how Page had met with government officials in the country, which was formerly part of the Soviet Union, about possibly working for their oil companies. "He wanted to make the argument that we needed to look more positively at Russia's economic reforms and Russia's relationship with Central Asia", says the editor. And he actually said he was a very low-level member of I think a committee for a short period of time. When asked what he thinks those documents would show, Page said, "I have no idea". In the Federal Bureau of Investigation court filings, spy recruiters were overheard speaking about "the attempted use of Male-1 as an intelligence source for Russian Federation", the court record says.
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