Russian businessman’s Kremlin ties could prove intelligence ‘gold mine’ for US, former official says

A Russian businessman who appeared in US court Monday on securities fraud charges could be a valuable asset in US efforts to gather more information on Russian interference in the 2016 election as well as other intelligence operations, former US officials tell CNN.

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