Igor Danchenko, the Russian-born primary researcher for what’s become known as the Steele dossier, has been charged with lying to the FBI.
As it turns out, it's still "unverified."
The show will send the actor to investigate more rumored recordings, from racy 'Apprentice' outtakes to the coveted "pee tape."
Flight records indicate that Trump arrived in Moscow on Friday and stayed through Sunday morning.
Comey, for the record, says he’s not sure whether it’s true or false.
In all this chaos, the buzzed-about (and probably nonexistent) video isn't worth all the attention it's attracted.
Excerpts from his new book reveal salacious details about his experience with Trump
Here’s a rundown of what was revealed this week about the infamous "pee tape" dossier, the Clinton campaign's involvement, and what it could mean (or not mean) for the Russia investigation.
Compiled by former British spy Christopher Steele, the document — an explosive though partly unsubstantiated piece of opposition research — sparked an FBI investigation into Donald Trump’s ties to Russia.