Removal Of CIA’s Top Russian Spy ‘Blinded’ U.S. Intelligence To Inner-Workings Of The Kremlin, Says Report

The logo of the CIA is seen during a visit ofUS President Donald Trump the CIA headquarters on January 21, 2017 in Langley, Virginia.

As The Inquisitr reported earlier today, a Monday morning CNN report suggests that the United States Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) was so worried about Donald Trump compromising one of its top spies in Russia that it pushed them to remove them from the country. The report claims that the secret exfiltration mission came in the wake of Trump’s surprise Oval Office meeting with high-ranking Russian government officials — Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and then-ambassador to the United States Sergey Kislyak. However, the CIA denies that Trump’s behavior drove the alleged exfiltration of the spy,

In a report released Monday evening, The New York Times revealed that the CIA informant in question sent information to the United States for decades. According to the report, the informant began as a midlevel Russian official that began ascending the government’s ranks and ended up in an “influential position” that allowed them access to the highest level of the Kremlin.

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