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Crime in Progress

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Glenn Simpson

The investigation by Fusion GPS into Donald Trump's relationship with Russia grew into something even the most experienced group of investigators couldn't anticipate. Throughout the investigation process leading to Steele's dossier, such crucial information has been uncovered that they felt the responsibility to report it to authorities. There may never be a full understanding of the full extent of how Trump is connected to Russia, as we still live with the consequences today.

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Throughout Crime in Progress, the reader is taken on a journey behind the scenes of the agency that investigated Donald Trump's ties to Russia. Peter Fritsch and Glenn Simpson of Fusion GPS detail how they commissioned the notorious Steele Dossier, which claimed that Russian intelligence had influence over Trump, as well as the shocking events that followed.

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The investigation by Fusion GPS into Donald Trump's relationship with Russia grew into something even the most experienced group of investigators couldn't anticipate. Throughout the investigation process leading to Steele's dossier, such crucial information has been uncovered that they felt the responsibility to report it to authorities. There may never be a full understanding of the full extent of how Trump is connected to Russia, as we still live with the consequences today.

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The story that became one of today's greatest political dramas began as a brief opposition research report.

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Fusion discovered concerning material shortly after the investigation on Trump began.

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Fusion's efforts failed to keep the Trump-Russia story in the media, but Comey's involvement did not.

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It was a difficult legal battle for Fusion as Trump supporters attacked the firm.

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Although Mueller's report was indicting, nothing seems to prevent a repetition of the alleged 2016 election interference.

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