His name is Stefan Halper, a tool of the CIA who was employed by obama to get dirt on Trump which the obama FBI minions could use to get illegal FISA warrants to spy on Trump.... Papadopoulos Details His Interactions With ‘Spygate’ Figure And Steele Dossier Source Papadopoulos went into detail about the encounters with the informant, Stefan Halper, and the alleged dossier source, Sergei Millian, during an interview that aired Friday night on CNN. Papadopoulos was sentenced earlier in the day to 14 days in jail for lying to the FBI about his encounters with a European professor who claimed to have information that Russia had “thousands” of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s emails. (RELATED: Papadopoulos Stint In Jail Will Be A Lot Less Than Expected — And A Lot Less Than Mueller Wanted) The FBI opened an investigation on July 31, 2016 based on information about Papadopoulos’s encounter with an Australian diplomat two months earlier. Several days before the investigation was opened, Millian approached Papadopoulos on LinkedIn. The pair met several days later and through the course of the campaign. As part of its investigation into possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia, the FBI used Halper, a former University of Cambridge professor, to make contact with Papadopoulos and Carter Page, another Trump campaign adviser targeted in the collusion probe. Halper first met Page on July 11, 2016 at an event at Cambridge, The Daily Caller News Foundation has previously reported. The pair maintained contact through September 2017. Halper reached out to Papadopoulos on Sept. 2, 2016 with an offer to fly the young campaign aide to London and to write an academic paper on energy issues in Cyprus, Turkey and Israel. “I receive an unsolicited email from Stefan Halper who I thought was a Cambridge professor inviting me,” Papadopoulos said to CNN’s Jake Tapper. “So he reached out to me and he said, ‘I want you to write a paper for me on your expertise,’ which is gas discoveries in Israel and Turkey and Cyprus. I said ‘of course,’ you know I have no issue with that. It was a nice honorarium of $3,000, a free flight to London, a five-star hotel for two or three days of work,” he said, adding: I joined him about a week later over drinks in London where all of a sudden he pulls out his phone, everyone has phones when they meet with me, and he places in the front of him and he begins to tell me, “So George, hacking is in the interest of your campaign. Of course the Russians are helping you.” These open-ended questions, and “of course you’re probably involved in it, too. That’s correct, right, George?” “I told him, ‘I have no idea what you’re talking about,’ because of course I had nothing to do with Russian interference or hacking, whatsoever,” he said. “So then he began to sweat, his demeanor changed, he became quite aggressive in his questioning.” Halper, who served in four Republican administrations, was revealed in May to be a longtime FBI and CIA source. President Donald Trump and his allies have used the term “Spygate” to refer to the FBI’s use of an informant to make contact with campaign aides.