The dossier — a collection of memos written by Steele based on his source network — was published by BuzzFeed in January 2017.
Examine the dossier closely, and you can see what Shane was addressing: Many entries in the 35-page dossier describe difficult-to-categorize phenomena.
Goldman, who covers the FBI for the New York Times, says a pivotal moment for the dossier occurred in January 2017, when FBI officials interviewed the dossier Primary Sub-source about his/her participation in the research effort.
The assertions of the Primary Sub-source put the integrity of the dossier in doubt.
Goldman said: “I would have liked to have known and reported what [the Primary Sub-source] said in January of 2017.

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