For over a year, Trump’s campaign has been accused of colluding with Russian officials to alter the 2016 election results.

Special Counsel Robert Mueller has continued to conduct his witch hunt despite the lack of evidence compiled; now, it seems he may need to turn his attention elsewhere.

A new collusion case may be coming together involving the Trump campaign–only this time, Democrat conspirators are at fault.

Last July, Cambridge professor Stefan Halper contacted a Trump campaign aide, offering his support.

His point of contact was Carter Page, who has faced allegations he is a conduit for collusion between the Kremlin and the campaign.

But most shocking of all is the revelation that Halper approached the group acting as a spy–with only the goal to take down Trump’s campaign in mind.

This comes with the report that there was a top-secret CIA and FBI source spying on Trump campaign advisors.

Reports were published by the Washington Post but did not identify the source by name.

But reports match up exactly with Stefan Halper, who was found to have contacted Trump advisors Carter Page, George Papadopoulos, and Sam Clovis during the 2016 campaign.

The Daily Caller reported:

President Donald Trump commented Friday on the existence of an informant, who he asserted was “implanted” on the campaign “for political purposes.”

“Reports are there was indeed at least one FBI representative implanted, for political purposes, into my campaign for president,” Trump tweeted on Friday. “It took place very early on, and long before the phony Russia Hoax became a ‘hot’ Fake News story. If true — all time biggest political scandal!

Democrats, liberal pundits and some news outlets blasted Trump’s statement, saying there was no evidence that the FBI planted a spy inside the campaign. He was also accused of coordinating with House Republicans to expose the identity of the source, who has long provided information to the FBI and CIA. The source has also provided information for the Russia investigation both before and after Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s appointment on May 17, 2017.

But instead of a GOP-orchestrated exposure, it appears that Halper was essentially outed through leaks from the Justice Department or FBI.

The use of an informant is sure to raise questions on Capitol Hill as well as with Trump supporters. It remains unclear when Halper began conducting surveillance on the Trump team, whether he was paid, and whether he was directed by the FBI, CIA or both.

It is unknown why the FBI and CIA decided to initiate surveillance at all while an investigation was open. It is also unknown why Stefan Halper was chosen as the point of contact.

The Daily Caller reported:

Halper is not a prominent public figure, but he is well known in foreign policy circles. Some information about his links to CIA and MI6 as well as the British intelligence service is available in the public domain. He is the son-in-law of Ray Cline, a legendary CIA officer who was the agency’s top analyst during the Cuban Missile Crisis.

Halper also served on former President George H.W. Bush’s failed 1980 presidential campaign. He worked with a team of former CIA officers on an opposition research team. Halper would go to work on the Reagan campaign. There he was involved in a small scandal called Debategate, in which a small cadre of Reagan aides obtained debate notes from former President Jimmy Carter. Halper denied wrongdoing.

In recent years, Halper has worked closely with Sir Richard Dearlove, the former chief of MI6. They are both partners at the Cambridge Security Initiative, an intelligence consulting group that lists “UK and US government agencies” among its clients.

Halper and Dearlove were in the news in December 2016 when they threatened to resign from the Cambridge Intelligence Seminar over what they said were pervasive Russian ties.

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