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Spy behind Trump dossier says info was never meant for public eyes

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- The former British spy behind the dossier alleging ties between President Donald Trump's campaign and Russia insists his research was urgent enough to share with top American and British officials, but admits some of his work was not fully verified, according to court documents filed last month in London.

In the new legal filing obtained by CNN, lawyers for former British spy Christopher Steele argue that his investigation into possible collusion between the Trump cam

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