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' Many of the incriminating facts reported in Collusion won’t be new to serious students of this saga, but the experience of reading them all in one place can be almost overwhelming. When, less than halfway through the book, ex-MI6 spy Christopher Steele describes the Trump-Russia conspiracy as “absolutely massive”, it sounds like classic British understatement.'
' Trump informed reporters after the FBI raided Manfort’s home in August that he had only worked on Trump’s campaign “for a very short period of time”. However Harding points out that the president first met Manfort almost 40 years ago, and hired him soon after “to look after gambling and real estate issues” '
'In 2008 Donald Trump Jr said in Moscow: “Russians make up a pretty disproportionate cross section of a lot of our assets. We see a lot of money pouring in from Russia.”
A Reuters investigation revealed that individuals with Russian passports or addresses had bought property worth $98.4m in seven Trump-branded towers in Florida. And as late as January 2016, Trump’s lawyer, Michael Cohen, was begging Putin’s press secretary for help to resuscitate a “Trump-Moscow project in Moscow City”'
'However there is also the hidden faces of the Deutsche Bank's PED as below,
'what may be even more dangerous to Trump’s future is the recent report that Mueller has subpoenaed records of Trump’s dealings with Deutsche Bank. The last part of Harding’s book is devoted to Trump’s incredibly convoluted relationship with the German bank, which included defaulting on a $330m loan from its real estate division – and then settling that default by borrowing hundreds of millions more from the bank’s private equity division.'
originally posted by: underwerks
a reply to: smurfy
I'd be interested in who's behind the PED. I'm sure Trump didn't get $330 Million of loan forgiveness out of the good of their hearts.
I'd bet Mueller is very interested in that as well.
originally posted by: xuenchen
Probably a **''best seller''** on the top-ten fiction novel list !!