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originally posted by: Guyfriday
a reply to: rickymouse
It's very possible that AT&T/Time Warner handed out the "evidence" that this happened. As of this morning the Russian company Renova is claiming that this is all false. So it could be a hit piece from AT&T/Time Warner as a revenge move over their halted buyout.
I'm wondering if the reason we're hearing about this is that the opposition thinks that Cohen is a weak target that can be pushed as a way of hurting Trump? If so the past moves of the opposition would indicate that maybe we should look deeper into this then just "Trumps Attorney" , and should focus on any members of the opposition as well. They do like to project their issues on their targets, don't they.
That is your case?
AT&T confirmed payments of $200,000 to Essential Consultants, although a source familiar with the matter told Reuters it likely paid more than that and could total as much as $600,000.
Vekselberg, a Ukrainian-born billionaire who made his fortune in oil and aluminum, attended Trump’s swearing-in last year after his cousin donated to the inauguration fund. Through his Renova Group, Vekselberg invested in Bank of Cyprus in 2014 alongside Wilbur Ross, who is now Trump’s commerce secretary.