Danchenko agrees to be defended by law firm representing Clinton cronies under Durham scrutiny


The main source for the discredited anti-Trump dossier signed a waiver agreeing to be defended by the same law firm representing members of Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign despite concerns regarding conflicts of interest raised by special counsel John Durham.

Durham told a federal court earlier this month that he is scrutinizing members of Clinton’s 2016 campaign as part of his criminal inquiry into the Trump-Russia investigation. His team asked a judge to “inquire into a potential conflict of interest” related to the lawyers for Igor Danchenko, noting that a colleague at their firm is representing the campaign and several of its employees “in matters before the Special Counsel.”

Danchenko, a U.S.-based and Russian-born researcher, was charged with five counts of making false statements to the FBI. Durham’s…

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