The British spy behind a salacious “dossier” on President Trump has told the FBI about his sources for the document, according to a report.
Former MI6 agent Christopher Steele authored the 35-page unsubstantiated report published online in January, which alleged that blackmail against Trump was being used by Kremlin officials in an election interference plot.
Investigations into that alleged meddling have been trying to talk to Steele, who has experience in the former Soviet Union and disappeared after his dossier became public,with ABC  News reporting that he has now met with the FBI.
He reportedly told investigators about the names of his sources, identified only by letters in the dossier.
It was not immediately clear what other information he gave.
A Washington Post report from earlier this year said that the FBI once planned on paying Steele to continue his work looking into …