london - British politician Nigel Farage has come to terms with the FBI investigation into potential links between the Kremlin and the campaign team of US President Donald Trump. Sources say to The Guardian that the former UKIP leader is not suspected of anything but to maintain ties with people who play a key role in the investigation.
The American researchers are trying to find out if Russia has collaborated with Trump's campaigners to influence the election results. According to a source, Farage's name regularly dives during that investigation. He might have useful information.
For example, the British politician is a famous of both President Trump and WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. The latter published hacked e-mails from the Democratic Party through his whistleblower website in the run-up to the American elections.
The spokesman for the former UKIP leader told The Guardian that Farage had never been in Russia. 'Let's say he has worked with the Russian authorities. ''