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On November 18, at the Halifax International Security Forum, Mc Cain was introduced to a 'former senior western diplomat' who had set eyes on the documents and knew who put them together, telling the Arizona Republican that the individual was 'highly reliable.' That man can now be named as Sir Andrew Wood, British ambassador to Moscow from 1995 to 2000.
Wood told the Independent that he had met Mc Cain, spoken to him about Trump, and about the potential for him to be compromised.
The Guardian pointed out that just because a Democrat was willing to pay for the information that didn't mean that said Democrat was Hillary Clinton's campaign or the Democratic National Committee.
Sometimes donors seek out this information in order to ensure they've made a sound investment.
The document states that Trump had declined 'sweetener' real estate deals in Russia that the Kremlin lined up in order to cultivate him.
However, Mc Cain decided to hand over the documents to FBI Director James Comey on December 9.
'Upon examination of the contents, and unable to make a judgment about their accuracy, I delivered the information to the Director of the FBI,' Mc Cain said Wednesday in a statement about that matter.
According to the document, one source even claimed that 'the Trump operation was both supported and directed by Russian President Vladimir Putin' with the aim being to 'sow discord'.
At one point the memo suggests Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov 'controlled' another dossier containing compromising material on Hillary Clinton compiled over 'many years'.