An elected official at the highest national level becomes the target of a false dossier claiming he participated in impeachable offenses.
The purpose of the dossier is to remove the victim from office and, hopefully, to return the White House to Democrat control.
The dossier is conjured-up by the KGB, the Russian equivalent of the CIA.
The dossier is funded with campaign money from the person who lost the election which brought the victim to office.
A former British intelligence office is used to bring the dossier to public attention.
A frenzied investigative effort results in nothing. The whole scam fizzles-out. Fade to black.
New scene opens:
The billionaire owner of a vast online marketing empire uses a journalist from a leading Washington newspaper to concoct a new dossier. This time the victim is a candidate for the U.S. Senate in Alabama.
The story reaches 40-years into the past to allege sexual impropriety on the part of the candidate. Requests for examination of evidence have been denied and the charge has become another frenzied investigation etc. etc.
Movie plot? No.
Actual D.C. events? Yes.
Cast of characters:
Scene One–Donald Trump; Hillary Clinton.
Scene Two– Roy Moore; Jeff Bezos; Washington Post