Lawyers with the Ministry of Justice Inspector General's Office examining the origin of an FBI study taken over by Special Advisors Robert Mueller Robert (Bob) Swan MuellerTop Republican considered the Mueller Court in Democracies Kamala Harris says that her justice department would have no choice but to prosecute Trump for obstruction Your committees gain new powers to investigate Trump MORE allegedly interviewed the author of a dossier claiming incorrectly between President Trump 's campaign and Russia.
The three lawyers collaborated with Christopher Steele in June during Trump's state visit to U.K, two unidentified sources told Reuters.
A source told the news service that the investigation apparently has been expanded on the basis of Steeles information.
Hillen has reached the Ministry of Justice for comment.
Steele, a former top British spy, claimed a potential collaboration between the Trump campaign and Russia, and that Moscow was trying to interfere with US elections.
Steele dossier for Fusion GPS, a Washington political research firm drawn from Hillary Clinton Hillary Diane Rodham ClintonCNN to perform live drawings for other democratic debates GOP poll: Impeachment Unpopular in Turner Hills Hills Morning Report – Democrats attacks border conditions as Congress returns to work MORE 's presidential campaign. He later shared the information he discovered with the British Government.
He has emerged as a top GOP target, with Congress Republicans and Trump repeatedly slamming him to start an investigation which they believe was wrong.