US spy pulled out of Russia had 'direct access to Vladimir Putin' — and now lives in Virginia: reports
Kremlin photo of Russian Federation President Vladimir Putin

On Monday evening, CNN's Jim Sciutto — who previously broke the story that the CIA had to exfiltrate a U.S. spy in Russia due to a risk that President Donald Trump would compromise the intelligence — revealed a startling new piece of information: the spy in question was directly in the confidence of Russian President Vladimir Putin:


Separate reporting from NBC News suggests that the former CIA spy is currently living somewhere on the Virginia side of the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area.