WestVirginiaRebel Posted May 22, 2018 Share Posted May 22, 2018 The Blaze After it was revealed the FBI or CIA placed an informant in the Trump campaign, the New York Times and Washington Post began slowly leaking information about the identity of the informant, yet never revealing his identity. Then, after publishing very specific details about him last week, numerous outlets — such as the Daily Caller, the Intercept and the Wall Street Journal — identified former Cambridge professor Stefan Halper as the likely informant. The Post labeled him “the FBI source who assisted the Russia investigation.” Now, we are learning more information about Halper, such as how much he made working for the government and what he did after Donald Trump was elected president. What is Halper’s background? Halper earned his doctorate degree from Oxford in 1971 and went on to work for three Republican presidential administrations, those of Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford and Ronald Reagan. Between 2001 and 2015, Halper worked at Cambridge as a professor of international affairs and American studies. In 1980, Halper was accused of leading a political spying operation on behalf of then-GOP presidential candidate Reagan. They were accused of stealing documents then-President Jimmy Carter used to prepare for a debate against Reagan. Reagan aides later claimed Halper used CIA agents in the operation. He has vehemently denied the accusations. Throughout his career, Halper has maintained deep connections in the intelligence community, even hosting an intelligence seminar at Cambridge that brought together “past and present intelligence officials,” according to the Washington Post. In 2014, he hosted a seminar with Richard Dearlove, the former head of MI6. In 2012, Halper began working for the U.S. government as contractor, specifically for the Department of Defense’s Office of Net Assessment, the DOD’s internal think thank. Between 2012 and 2018, he was paid more than $1 million. What work did he do for the government? While some speculate Halper’s earnings are related to covert work with the government, such as spy work for the FBI or CIA, government records are not entirely clear what he was paid for outside of short descriptions. ________ The FBI's "inside man." Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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