Former CIA Director Leon Panetta said that the Senate Intelligence Committee is going to have to look into the Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee (DNC) for funding the controversial Trump dossier during an interview on Thursday.
CNN's Wolf Blitzer asked Panetta how it was possible that neither "the chair of the DNC and the Clinton campaign" knew about payments for the dossier.
"Well, it's obviously something that the Intelligence Committee is going to have to look at," Panetta said. "You know, knowing presidential campaigns, they're big operations and somehow the left hand may not know what the right hand is doing. And that could be the case here."
Panetta continued, "I really do think that the committee is going to have to get into this, determine just exactly what happened. Who knew what and when?"
Blitzer followed up by asking Panetta why Clinton campaign attorney Marc Elias didn't tell Clinton campaign chair, John Podesta, they had paid for the dossier.