Ex-Brit spy defends his & # 39; dodgy file & # 39; not and RUNS OFF after Trump is acquitted of collusion in Russia

Spooked! Former British spy Christopher Steele RUN away from questions about his discredited & # 39; dodgy file & # 39; that Trump wrongly accused collusion with Russia in the 2016 US elections

  • MailOnline traced the ex-British spy who wrote the clumsy file claiming that Donald Trump was conspiring with Russia
  • Christopher Steele was paid by Hillary Clinton and the Democrats to write the report on Trump's ties with Putin
  • He refused to defend the report today when he left home and left when he was questioned about it
  • The US president was acquitted of the charges this weekend after a two-year investigation by special adviser Robert Mueller

Christopher Steele, an ex-British spy wrote the & # 39; dodgy file & # 39; that claimed that Donald Trump conspired with Russia to determine the elections

Christopher Steele, an ex-British spy wrote the & # 39; dodgy file & # 39; that claimed that Donald Trump conspired with Russia to determine the elections

The former British spy who has the & # 39; dodgy file & # 39; wrote in which Donald Trump conspired with Russia to determine the elections, fled today after being traced by Mail Online.

Christopher Steele jumped from his local train station when asked to comment on the now discredited file that helped provoke a two-year investigation into the US president.

This weekend, Trump was exempted from conspiracy with the Russians to improve the White House election following a probe by Special Counsel Robert Mueller.

But when asked if he had a comment, Steele – who published the infamous file to discredit Trump by, among other things, claiming strange things that Trump had paid prostitutes to pee him in a hotel room in Moscow – looked astonished today and said : & # 39; I have nothing to say tell you. & # 39;

The former MI6 agent stood in line with other commuters at a train station in Surrey when he was approached by MailOnline.

Steele (pictured today) fired from his local train station when he was asked to comment on the now discredited file that helped provoke a two-year investigation into the American president.

Steele (pictured today) fired from his local train station when he was asked to comment on the now discredited file that helped provoke a two-year investigation into the American president.

Steele (pictured today) fired from his local train station when he was asked to comment on the now discredited file that helped provoke a two-year investigation into the American president.

He ran to a car driven by his wife Katherine (photo) who dropped him off at the station two minutes earlier and drove him the short distance home after being confronted

He ran to a car driven by his wife Katherine (photo) who dropped him off at the station two minutes earlier and drove him the short distance home after being confronted

He ran to a car driven by his wife Katherine (photo) who dropped him off at the station two minutes earlier and drove him the short distance home after being confronted

Shocked that his cover was blown up, he suddenly folded a small briefcase against his chest, pushed a row of other commuters in line to buy a ticket and hurried out the entrance.

He ran to a car driven by his wife, who had dropped him off just two minutes earlier at the station for his shuttle to his London office.

Steele waved frantically to grab his wife's attention as he ran to the car and jumped into the passenger seat.

He was staring straight ahead as his wife Katherine drove him to his house a short distance away.

It is the first time that Steele has been seen since Trump was free from some collusion with the Russians about his election victory in 2016.

Special Counsel Robert Mueller denied Trump's conspiracy with the Russians to win the presidency – a claim long held by many of his opponents.

Steele, who runs a private intelligence company, had delivered a file to an external company that was used by the Hillary Clinton election committee.

This weekend, Trump was exempted from conspiracy with the Russians to improve the White House election following a probe by Special Counsel Robert Mueller.

This weekend, Trump was exempted from conspiracy with the Russians to improve the White House election following a probe by Special Counsel Robert Mueller.

This weekend, Trump was exempted from conspiracy with the Russians to improve the White House election following a probe by Special Counsel Robert Mueller.

It contained unverified information that Trump was vulnerable to blackmail from Russia and had a & # 39; golden shower & # 39; with prostitutes during a trip to Moscow in 2013 for the Miss Universe election.

Leaked details of the file were confiscated by Trump's opponents as proof that Russia's President Vladamir Putin intervened during the elections.

In addition to delivering the file to the Clinton campaign, Steele also handed it over to American and British intelligence services because he was concerned about the implications for national security.

With Trump in the bright Republicans now focus their attention on those who put Trump in the line of fire and start the investigation.

Senator Lindsey Graham vowed to get answers to the origin of the Steele file and hinted that the ex-spy could be summoned to appear before the Senate Commission.

As chairman of the committee, Graham has outlined a list of investigations that he intends to launch in response to the findings of the Special Counsel's Robert Mueller report.

He said he wanted to know how Steele was hired to do the research and how much money he got from Democrats to do it.

He said he also wanted to bring Steele to his committee to testify.

& # 39; I would like him to come if he did, & # 39; said Graham.

Since Steele was named as the author of the file, he has remained unobtrusive and has avoided all requests for interviews in the media.

After a career at MI6, including working at the British Embassy in Moscow, Steele left his own company Orbis Business Intelligence in 2009 with another former spy.

It was this company that was hired to write the file about alleged Trump-Russia activities.

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