How Many Russians Have You Contacted Versus Trump’s Campaign

The Center for American Progress, a liberal think tank that is also working on the Moscow Project, has used publicly available information to add up how many contacts President Trump’s campaign had with Russians.

The total amount is now 101 after it has been discovered that Paul Manafort, President Trump’s former campaign manager was providing polling data to Konstantin Kilimnik. That article can be seen below.

The list so far includes:

  • Michael Cohen;
  • Roger Stone;
  • Donald Trump Jr.;
  • Former Attorney General Jeff Sessions;
  • Former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page;
  • Former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn;
  • Former White House Communications director Anthony Scaramucci;
  • Ivanka Trump.

The Center for American Progress website can be seen here.

Alexander Hernandez, Esq.
Twitter @mcatty_alex

And So There is Collusion- Paul Manafort

Due to a mistake by Paul Manafort’s attorneys by failing to redact a court pleading in response to Special Counsel Robert Mueller, we have now learned that Manafort was sharing polling data with Russian-intelligence-linked associate, Konstantin Kilimnik. This puts Trump’s campaign inches from Russia as Manafort was Trump’s campaign manager.

House Intelligence Committee Chair Rep. Adam Schiff responded by saying to CNN that the revelation raises “profound questions about why all the secrecy, why all the lies. And most seriously, why is a campaign manager of a US presidential candidate providing campaign polling data to someone linked to a foreign adversary’s intelligence agency?”

The fact that Trump’s campaign manager was providing polling data to the Russians shows coordination with Russia to get President Trump elected through their social media disinformation campaign.

The report submitted to the U.S. Senate on Russia’s election meddling can be seen below.

President Trump was asked about the revelations of Manafort’s case.

“Mr. President, did you know that Paul Manafort was sharing polling data from your campaign with the Russians?” a reporter asked Trump at the White House on Thursday.

“No, I didn’t know anything about it. Nothing about it,” President Trump replied.

In addition, I have asked and written before what is Manafort hiding? I’ve always said Manafort is a traitor, this confirms it and answers my question on why Manafort has gone out of his way to stay in prison in solitary confinement rather than be free.

As I suspected, the only place in the world that Manafort is safe is in prison.

In addition, let’s not forget that Russian lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya was indicted earlier this week. While the indictment is unrelated, Veselnitskaya was present at the Trump Tower meeting and so was Manafort.

The un-redacted court pleading can be found below. Starting on page 5 are where the redactions were not properly made.

Alexander Hernandez, Esq.
Twitter @mcatty_alex

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