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Russian translator at Donald Trump Jr. meeting worked with then FBI Director Robert Mueller and State Department
- Russian translator, Anatoli Samochornov, worked with the State Department and the FBI during Robert Mueller’s tenure as Director of the Bureau, according to documents obtained by True Pundit.
( TruePundit ) The Russian translator at the Trump Tower meeting with Donald Trump Jr. worked with the State Department and the FBI during Robert Mueller’s tenure as Director of the Bureau, according to documents obtained by True Pundit.
Mueller, the former FBI director, is currently the United States Special Counsel investigating President Donald Trump’s administration and White House aides for alleged connections to supposed Russian factions. While Big Media has tried to portray Trump’s eldest son, Donald Jr., as having orchestrated a clandestine meeting with the Russians to attempt to find dirt on Hillary Clinton, few can seem to explain how a person linked to the FBI and Mueller, who was calling the shots for the Bureau at the time, ended up at the very same Trump Tower sit down.
Mueller’s office did not return calls for comment. The translator, Anatoli Samochornov, who also worked for the US State Department until recently, could not be reached for comment either. Former FBI officials with knowledge of the meeting and possible other FBI work performed by Samochornov refused to go on the record.
Samochornov has worked as an intelligence attache and translator for the United States in varying capacities for years. In 2010, while Mueller was FBI Director, Samochornov worked with the head of the New York FBI field office, FBI Acting Special Agent in Charge Lauren Anderson. Anderson worked with Samochornov in his role as “Program Officer” tor the State Department’s International Visitor & leadership program.
Anderson, who is now retired from the FBI, could not be reached for comment, although she has been quoted in the New York Times applauding ex-FBI boss James Comey’s alleged diligent note taking for his alleged memos compiled against President Trump. Anderson worked high profile espionage cases in Europe, Russia, France, and western Africa for the Bureau and ran the global terrorism program of the FBI’s New York Joint Terrorism Task Force (JTTF) before her recent retirement, FBI sources said.
- Jay Sekulow on Russia meeting: “If this was nefarious, why’d the Secret Service allow these people in?”
Donald Trump attorney Jay Skulow appeared on ABC Sunday morning show to talk about the fake news media’s latest fabricated hysteria about Donald Trump Jr.’s meeting with DNC-link Russian lawyer and Russian lobbyist:
“If this was nefarious, why did the Secret Service allow these people in?” Sekulow asked.
“The president had Secret Service protection at that point. That raised a question with me,” he continued.
“The president was not aware of that meeting did not attend that meeting. Donald Trump Jr. himself said things should’ve been done differently. Having said that again, none of that is violation of the law. That’s more process.”
OBAMAGATE! Looks like the DNC and Obama admin used Russian players to create a meeting with Trump Jr. as part of a wider setup to get a FISA warrant to wiretap phones of the Trump campaign during 2016.
Russian lobbyist and ‘spy’ Rinat Akhmetshin admitted Friday that he attended, together with Russian lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya, a June 2016 meeting with Donald Trump Jr., Jared Kushner and Paul Manafort at the Trump Tower in Manhattan.
After this ‘Russia meeting,’ Obama administration asked – but was denied- FISA warrant to wiretap phones of the Trump campaign.
Trump’s campaign manager Paul Manafort’s phone was illegally bugged during the infamous ‘Russia meeting’. Remember, the wiretapping was illegal, as FISA court denied Obama’s June 2016 request.
But it did not stop the Obama administration from wiretapping and setting up the fake narrative of Trump-Russia collusion.
The June meeting may have also served as the basis of the FBI’s investigation into the Trump campaign’s ties to Russia.
Both Natalia Veselnitskaya and Rinat Akhmetshin have connections with the Democrat Party. Rinat Akhmetshin worked for anti-Trump Fusion GPS, the organization behind the fake Trump Russia dossier. AG Loretta Lynch gave Veselnitskaya special visa to stay in US and was seen with Democrat officials around D.C. events.
Akhmetshin was linked to Fusion GPS and involved in a pro-Russian campaign in 2016 which involved lobbying congressional staffers to undermine the Magnitsky Act.
Fusion GPS founder Glenn Simpson cancelled his testimony before Congress next week.
Today, Fusion GPS employee Rinat Akhmetshin today confirmed his attendance at a meeting with Donald Trump Jr, Paul Manafort, and Jared Kushner along with Russian lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya.
Accusations have arisen that the meeting was part of a wider setup to achieve a FISA warrant to wiretap phones of the Trump campaign during 2016. President Trump himself has accused the FBI under Loretta Lynch of wiretapping his campaign.
It’s imploding! The collusion story about Russian lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya meeting with Donald Trump Jr. June 2016 is a belly flop. She is now facing her own controversy after it’s revealed the Russian plant actually worked with the Democrats for years and got her special visa to stay in US is courtesy of Barack Obama’s AG Loretta Lynch.
The Daily Caller News Foundation Investigative Group revealed on Wednesday that California Rep. Ron Dellums was a hired lobbyist for Veselnitskaya.
According to a Washington Post story, she worked for years on a case with Glenn Simpson, the founder of Fusion GPS, a firm that produced a widely discredited dossier against Trump.
She also worked with Christopher Cooper, the founder and CEO of Potomac Square Group, which has had Democratic clients including California Government Jerry Brown, Democratic presidential nominee Howard Dean, and Joe Trippi, according to the Daily Caller.
And it was Obama’s Attorney General Loretta Lynch that granted her an extension in late 2015 to stay in the U.S. after her visa was due to expire, under “extraordinary circumstances” related to defending a case in New York, according to The Hill. She was granted an extension through January, but it’s not yet clear how she was able to be in the U.S. in June 2016, when she met with Trump Jr., and again January 2017.
Four days after her meeting with Trump Jr. on June 9, 2016, she was in Washington, D.C. for a movie screening of an anti-Magnitsky Act film at the Newseum with at least five congressional staffers and State Department officials, according to The Hill.
The next day she attended a House hearing, sitting in the front row behind Obama’s former U.S. Ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul, who was testifying, according to photos of the hearing. McFaul has taken to Twitter to claim that Republicans placed her there, apparently next to his family members, and has denied any meetings with her.
Around that time, Veselnitskaya also attended a dinner with the chairman of the House subcommittee overseeing Russia policy, Rep. Dana Rohrabacher (R-CA), and about 20 other guests, according to the The Hill. Rohrabacher said he believed she and Dellums were there lobbying other lawmakers to reverse the Magnitsky Act.
NO VISA! OBAMA DOJ GAVE RUSSIAN LAWYER NATALIA VESELNITSKAYA PERMISSION TO STAY IN U.S. WITHOUT VISA – WHY?
- Russian lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya had an expired visa in early 2016.
- Obama Justice Department allowed her to enter US under “extraordinary circumstances” – like learn to play the Russian agent against Trump Jr. ?
- Natalia embarked on a lobbying campaign in 2016 that led to meeting with the president’s eldest son, members of Congress, journalists and State Department officials, according to court and Justice Department documents and interviews.
- The State Department would not confirm or deny whether Veselnitskaya applied again for a visa in 2016, let alone if a visa was granted. A spokesperson told The Daily Beast the State Department could not comment due to privacy considerations. Veselnitskaya also did not respond to requests for comment.
The far-left Daily Beast reported:
She (Natalia) then asked federal prosecutors for permission to enter the U.S. to work on behalf of a client in a Manhattan. Prosecutors granted Veselnitskaya temporary “immigration parole” in late 2015 but it expired in early 2016, the U.S. Attorney’s Office of the Southern District of New York told The Daily Beast.
Veselnitskaya’s parole was not renewed, the U.S. Attorney’s Office added.
That raises the question of how Veselnitskaya was able to enter the U.S. in June 2016 when she visited Trump Tower.
The State Department would not confirm or deny whether Veselnitskaya applied again for a visa in 2016, let alone if a visa was granted. A spokesperson told The Daily Beast the State Department could not comment due to privacy considerations. Veselnitskaya also did not respond to requests for comment.
In January 2016, Veselnitskaya filed a declaration to extend her parole past that month. The U.S. Attorney’s Office objected.
Report from The Hill:
The Russian lawyer who penetrated Donald Trump’s inner circle was initially cleared into the United States by the Justice Department under “extraordinary circumstances” before she embarked on a lobbying campaign last year that ensnared the president’s eldest son, members of Congress, journalists and State Department officials, according to court and Justice Department documents and interviews.
This revelation means it was the Obama Justice Department that enabled the newest and most intriguing figure in the Russia-Trump investigation to enter the country without a visa. Later, a series of events between an intermediary for the attorney and the Trump campaign ultimately led to the controversy surrounding the president’s eldest son.
Non-Kremlin Russian lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya has link to Obama and John McCain.
In December 2015, the Russian babe posted a picture from inside John McCain’s office.
She was also a guest of former Obama ambassador to Russia on June 14, 2016 Senate hearing – days after she made contact with Trump Jr. .
Natalia Veselnitskaya is pictured seated in the front row directly behind former U.S. Ambassador to Russia Mr. Michael McFaul at the House Foreign Affairs Committee. This is June 14th, 2016, five days after the reported meeting with Donald Trump Jr.
Michael McFaul, the U.S. ambassador in Moscow from 2012-2014, was accused by Russian state television of seeking to orchestrate the overthrow of President Vladimir Putin after hosting opposition activists and Kremlin critics at the embassy in his second day on the job. (Politico Link)
Veselnitskaya also posted an anti-Trump article on her Facebook page four days before her meeting with Donald Trump Jr. She was/is also a very vocal anti-Trump person on all of her social media accounts – SEE FACEBOOK ARCHIVE HERE .
What if the DNC saw Russian babe Natalia as the perfect Russian agent to be used as a trap against Trump.
What if ‘heroic’ McCain is the Trump saboteur inside the GOP in collusion with the Democrat Party who believes the left narrative that Trump has to be destroyed in order to save the country? And by leaking the fake dossier to the media, he thinks he’s doing America a great favor.
LOL! REPORTER JARED YATES SEXTON: ‘I chased this story for a year and Trump Jr. just…tweeted it out.’
- Jared Yates Sexton: I chased this story for a year and Trump Jr. just…tweeted it out.
Jared Yates Sexton is a very upset reporter today. The left-wing journo for the New York Times, Politico and The New Republic, said he spent a year chasing the story about Donald Trump Jr. meeting with a Kremlin-linked babe lawyer ( Fake news, no Kremlin link ) to get a Hillary Clinton dirt that’s supposed to help his father’s campaign ( no dirt, no Hillary, just a Russian babe who wanted to talk about her client’s case on adoption )
But Sexton was late when it comes to dropping his Russian bombshell. Trump Jr. ruined it for him.
A very unhappy Sexton launched a tweet-storm against Donald Jr.:
I chased this story for a year and he just…tweeted it out.
It’s just so bizarre. As an independent journalist you work crazy hard hoping something will fall into your lap and…he tweeted it? 2/
I mean. He just tweeted it. Like it was nothing. Like, it was just another Tuesday. 4/4