Trump’s advisor gave concrete evidence that the President’s Electoral Staff was in association with the Russians
A Professor closely related to the Russian government has revealed to Advisor of Donald Trump during the presidential campaign in April 2016 that Moscow has information that can embarrass Trump’s counter candidate Mrs Hillary Clinton, and most of informations are contained in numerous emails of Democrats, reveal court documents released on Monday.
admitted guilty of lying to FBI agents about talking to a Professor. American media see this recognition as a clear evidence that links Trump’s campaign with the Russian government during last year’s presidential election.
‘They have a real deal about her, they have thousands of mails,’ the Professor told about the papers.
Without being too much pompy, Papadopoulos was arrested in July this year, and ever since that he collaborates with Special Advisor to the Justice Ministry Robert S. Mueller III. Conversation between Papadopoulos and an unnamed Professor in April encourages other issues related to a meeting at Trump Tower in June when Trump’s eldest son and his advisors met with the Russians, the New York Times writes. When summoned and subjugated, these meetings show that at the beginning of the campaign, people close to Trump were aware that the Russian government was trying to help him.
In the papers, the Professor was not identified, but he met Papadopoulos with a woman who was identified as Russian cousin of Vladimir Putin and with unknown person from the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. “We are all very excited about the possibility of good relations with Mr. Trump,” wrote an unidentified woman in the Papadopoulos mail.
In January, Papadopoulos told the FBI that the Professor was nothing. But now admits that he knew that the Professor had significant links with the Russian authorities.
The US authorities concluded that Moscow was involved in the campaign by hacking and publishing the email of Democrats with the intention of embarrassing and discrediting Hillary Clinton’s campaign. The mails began to curl in the summer of last year. Trump rejected any connection with the Russians, and the investigation called witch hunt. In the latest revelation on Twitter, he wrote that Mannaforta had been linked to criminal offenses since he was not at all part of his electoral staff. The charges are also dismissed by the Kremlin.
Papadopoulos was just one of the foreign policy advisers Trump nominated in March 2016. Advisor Carter Page also talked to the FBI about his meetings with the Russians, and recognition was revealed on the same day as Paula Mananafta, a former US campaign leader president, and his long standing business partner Ric Gates, against whom was charged an indictment for money laundering, unregistered representation of a foreign actor and false statements.
This article was originally published on the Trump News.