The Two Russians At The Trump Tower Meeting Are Getting A Second Glance By Investigators

There were two Russians in the Trump Tower meeting and they are receiving some attention from Special Counsel Robert Mueller. They wanted to have a meeting with the Donald Trump campaign team and leak a little candidate background research on Hillary Clinton.

The key point here is the relationship that these Russians had with things going on over in the Clinton Camp. There are indications that Fusion GPS and former UK secret Agent Steele were playing both sides of the street. The ties to them and the Magentski Act lobbying effort makes this all rather confusing. See what you can make of it.

As Written By Chuck Ross for the Daily Caller:

Investigators are taking a fresh look at two of the Russians involved in the June 2016 Trump Tower meeting because of a secret rendezvous they had earlier this year, possibly to coordinate their stories.

According to the Associated Press, congressional investigators are interested in a coffee meeting held in June in Moscow between Rinat Akhmetshin and Ike Kaveladze, two of the Russians who attended the June 9, 2016 Trump Tower meeting with Natalia Veselnitskaya, a Russian attorney who was lobbying against the Magnitsky Act, a sanctions bill.

Akhmetshin is a Russian-American lobbyist and former Soviet military officer who worked closely with Veselnitskaya and Fusion GPS founder Glenn Simpson on the anti-Magnitsky consulting project. Simpson was working on the infamous Trump dossier at the same time.

Kaveladze is the U.S. representative for the Agalarov family, the real estate tycoons who have done business with the Trumps.

Akhmetshin asked Kaveladze for the meeting, he has told congressional investigators. According to the AP, the Beltway-based political operative told congressional investigators this week that he contacted Kaveladze to discuss …….


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