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The revelation of Page’s connection to Russian intelligence — which occurred more than three years before his association with Trump — is the most clearly documented contact to date between Russian intelligence and someone in Trump’s orbit
originally posted by: allsee4eye
a reply to: JoshuaCox
I'd go with Russia over Saudi Arabia any day. Russia is a western Christian country that is on friendly terms with America. Both countries battle jihadists. I think it's time to work together.
originally posted by: JoshuaCox
originally posted by: xuenchen
No proof anywhere that Page was even an advisor to Trump.
No link to the court papers.
No proof Page confirmed anything to BuzzFeed.
Gotta Love It.
Trump admitted he was an advisor but only for weeks according to trump..
originally posted by: Deny Arrogance
And of course the alleged "recruitment" was a complete failure.
Meanwhile this is the time frame when Hillary sold out our uranium to the russians.
I guess that makes Hillary and the obam administration "russian operatives" by current unhinged dem standards.
Page worked as an investment banker with Merrill Lynch in London, New York and Moscow (2004-2007). In Moscow, he held the title of vice president and COO for that office's energy and power department, and worked on transactions involving Gazprom and other leading Russian energy companies. According to businesspeople interviewed by Politico in 2016, Page's work in Moscow was at a subordinate level, and he himself remained largely unknown to decision-makers.
After leaving Merrill Lynch in New York in 2008, Page founded his own investment fund, Global Energy Capital; his partner in that venture is former mid-level Gazprom executive, Sergei Yatsenko. The fund operated out of a Manhattan co-working space. Other businesspeople working in the Russian energy sector said in 2016 that the fund had yet to actually realize a project.