Did Mueller use Christopher Steele in his report on collusion?

Two people I speak to on breaking news on Spygate came to me on Thursday making the suggestion that Special Counsel Robert Mueller may have used the firm that produced the Steele dossier — Fusion/GPS — to produce parts of his years long report to the Attorney General’s office.

Mueller spent $732,000 on outside contractors including private investigators and researchers to produce the report looking into Russian collusion. However Mueller did not give an itemized list of these contractors and the amount paid.

We do know the Mueller team spent two days in London with Christopher Steele, the author of the Hillary Clinton campaign paid for report, to vet the Russian collusion report.

We will have to wait for Mueller to be called before the Senate Intelligence Committee to testify on his findings to discover if he used Fusion/GPS and/or Steele in his report.

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