Trump Campaign Official Finds Evidence of a Second FBI Agent Spy

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Former Trump campaign official Michael Caputo and Roger Stone were approached in 2016 by Henry Greenburg who presented as a Russian and offered to sell dirt on Hillary Clinton for $2 million. Caputo investigated him and discovered that Greenburg had been an FBI informant for 17 years, and was likely spying for the Obama administration when he made his offer for dirt on Clinton.

Former Trump campaign official Michael Caputo went on with Tucker Carlson on Thursday to discuss the Obama FBI spying on the Donald Trump Campaign.

Caputo told Tucker that he now has proof that the man who approached him in 2016 was indeed a veteran FBI spy.

There were at least 6 and possibly 7 suspected intelligence informants accused of spying on the Trump campaign.

Michael Caputo: I used some of those funds to hire investigators in the US and Russia to find out more about Henry Greenburg. And we quickly found out through an immigration and naturalization service filing that he made in 2015 that he signed under oath saying that he was an FBI informant in 17 years also here in Iran and North Korea.

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