The Washington Post Reported in June 2017, right after the corrupt Mueller team was created, that former President Barack Obama and his CIA Head, John Brennan, had a secret team that met in August 2016 with regards to the Trump-Russia sham –
“Early last August, an envelope with extraordinary handling restrictions arrived at the White House. Sent by courier from the CIA, it carried ‘eyes only’ instructions that its contents be shown to just four people: President Barack Obama and three senior aides.”
The WaPo article went on to discuss various unsubstantiated activities that Putin was taking to interfere with the US election. Then it readdressed Obama’s actions to interfere in the 2016 election:
“But at the highest levels of government, among those responsible for managing the crisis, the first moment of true foreboding about Russia’s intentions arrived with that CIA intelligence.
The material was so sensitive that CIA Director John O. Brennan kept it out of the President’s Daily Brief, concerned that even that restricted report’s distribution was too broad. The CIA package came with instructions that it be returned immediately after it was read. To guard against leaks, subsequent meetings in the Situation Room followed the same protocols as planning sessions for the Osama bin Laden raid.”
The WaPo went on to share who was initially involved at the White House with Brennan and Obama –
“The Washington Post is withholding some details of the intelligence at the request of the U.S. government.
In early August, Brennan first alerts the White House to the Putin intelligence and later briefs Obama in the Oval Office. alerted senior White House officials to the Putin intelligence, making a call to deputy national security adviser Avril Haines and former deputy director of the CIA under Brennan. and pulling in national security adviser Susan E. Rice . Rice orders the National Security Council to finalize a list of options to use against Moscow. aside after a meeting before briefing Obama along with Rice, Haines and Denis McDonough, White House chief of staff. McDonough was one of the first few officials to discuss details of the intelligence. in the Oval Office.”