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The former US ambassador to the US, Sir Kim Darroch, vouched for the credibility of Christopher Steele, the author of the explosive file describing Donald Trump's alleged ties to Russia.

Sir Kim Darroch acted as guarantor for British ex-spy Christopher Steele, who put together the dirty file at Trump and told US officials that he & # 39; absolutely & # 39; wash & # 39; & # 39;

  • Sir Kim's comments revealed in the last leak of memos to Downing Street
  • Steele & # 39; s so-called & # 39; dodgy file & # 39; Mr Trump allegedly conspired with Russia to establish the 2016 election
  • He also claimed that he had paid prostitutes to pee on him in a hotel room in Moscow
  • Sir Kim was asked by an American officer if Mr. Steele, a former MI6 spy, & # 39; legitimate & # 39; used to be
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The former British ambassador to the US guaranteed the credibility of Christopher Steele, the author of the explosive file describing Donald Trump's alleged ties with Russia.

Sir Kim Darroch, who left his post after leaking diplomatic cables, revealed his open criticism of President Trump's governance and personality, supported the former MI6 spy when asked by an American official.

Steele & # 39; s so-called & # 39; dodgy file & # 39; had claimed that Donald Trump conspired with Russia to determine the 2016 elections and that he paid prostitutes to pee on him in a hotel room in Moscow.

The former US ambassador to the US, Sir Kim Darroch, vouched for the credibility of Christopher Steele, the author of the explosive file describing Donald Trump's alleged ties to Russia.

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The former US ambassador to the US, Sir Kim Darroch, vouched for the credibility of Christopher Steele, the author of the explosive file describing Donald Trump's alleged ties to Russia.

And the same leaked diplomatic cables that revealed Sir Kim & # 39; s damaging remarks about President Trump, in which he clung his administration & # 39; awkward & # 39; mentioned, also showed that Sir Kim's file from Steele, the Sunday Telegraph reported.

Asked if Mr. Steel & # 39; legitimate & # 39; , Sir Kim had replied: & # 39; Absolutely & # 39 ;.

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

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

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.

Steele & # 39; s so-called & # 39; dodgy file & # 39; had claimed that Donald Trump conspired with Russia to determine the 2016 elections and that he paid prostitutes to pee on him in a hotel room in Moscow.
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Steele & # 39; s so-called & # 39; dodgy file & # 39; had claimed that Donald Trump conspired with Russia to determine the 2016 elections and that he paid prostitutes to pee on him in a hotel room in Moscow.

Steele & # 39; s so-called & # 39; dodgy file & # 39; had claimed that Donald Trump conspired with Russia to determine the 2016 elections and that he paid prostitutes to pee on him in a hotel room in Moscow.

However, Mr Trump has since been acquitted by Robert Mueller, whose long-awaited report had investigated the allegations of Russian collusion.

Special council Robert Mueller has acquitted Trump from conspiracy with the Russians to win the presidency.

Since he was named as the author of the file, Steele kept a low profile and was not seen in public until he was traced by MailOnline to a train station in Surrey in March.

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Shocked that his cover was broken, he ran to a car driven by his wife who had dropped him off just two minutes earlier at the station for his journey to his London office.

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

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.

In the final installment of leaked cables, Sir Kim wrote in a memo on Downing Street that Donald Trump's decision to stop the nuclear deal with Iran was an act of & # 39; diplomatic vandalism & # 39; was, despite its predecessor Barack Obama.

Mr. Steele was last seen at a train station in Surrey after being traced by MailOnline. When he approached, he ran to his wife's car and was then driven away
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Mr. Steele was last seen at a train station in Surrey after being traced by MailOnline. When he approached, he ran to his wife's car and was then driven away

Mr. Steele was last seen at a train station in Surrey after being traced by MailOnline. When he approached, he ran to his wife's car and was then driven away

The leaked cables and briefings prompted Sir Kim to resign last week after President Trump furiously struck Sir Kim's comments and the ambassador a & # 39; very stupid guy & # 39; called.

He said on Twitter: & # 39; The weird ambassador who focused the United Kingdom on the United States is not someone we are passionate about, a very stupid guy.

& # 39; He should talk to his country, and Prime Minister May, about their failed Brexit negotiations, and not be angry about my criticism of how badly it was dealt with.

The leaked cables and briefings prompted Sir Kim to resign last week after President Trump struck furiously at Sir Kim's comments and the ambassador a & # 39; very stupid guy & # 39; called
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The leaked cables and briefings prompted Sir Kim to resign last week after President Trump struck furiously at Sir Kim's comments and the ambassador a & # 39; very stupid guy & # 39; called

The leaked cables and briefings prompted Sir Kim to resign last week after President Trump struck furiously at Sir Kim's comments and the ambassador a & # 39; very stupid guy & # 39; called

& # 39; I said how to do that, but she went her own way, was unable to get it done.

& # 39; A disaster!

& # 39; I don't know the ambassador, but I am told that he is a pompous fool.

& # 39; Tell him that the US now has by far the best economy and largest army in the world. & # 39;

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