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This was all done by the Clinton campaign to paint the Trump campaign as 'colluding with Russia' before the election in some sort of attempt to do what, exactly? Claim malfeasance after they lost the election?
I, genuinely, don't believe anyone in the Clinton campaign expected to lose.
originally posted by: headorheart
She set up the meeting to interfere with her own election? Give me a break.
Also LIKELY is not a synonym for CONFIRMED.
originally posted by: GokuVsSuperman0
a reply to: vinifalou
Even if Hillary schemed the people in the Trump Tower meeting. She what? Somehow convinced all the higher ups of a presidential campaign to take a meeting with dubious Russian people?
Are you people retarded? Wtf happened to conservatives? There is no greater example of personal responsibility than this meeting? They took a meeting they shouldn’t have.
Wether Hillary Clinton had anything to do with it is a moot point. U ppl r morons
originally posted by: Deetermined
originally posted by: Wardaddy454
So, who let the Russian woman in? And why?
I don't think they let her in without knowing her intentions, let alone her itinerary. Who had that power at that time?
*Jeopardy theme plays*
Denied a visa, a frustrated Veselnitskaya was eventually able to secure permission from the Justice Department to enter the country outside the normal visa process under a designation known as "immigration parole," court records show.
In October 2015, Veselnitskaya represented Denis Katsyv in a money laundering suit against his company, Prevezon. The U.S. government had accused Katsyv of using $230 million in stolen funds to buy real estate. Veselnitskaya's application for a visa to travel to the U.S. to work on the case was denied, she said in a later court filing.
Veselnitskaya obtained a visa from the State Department to enter the country in June 2016, according to a government filing last week. The filing, which came in response to a new request by Veselnitskaya to be allowed into the U.S. for a Nov. 9 hearing in the now-settled Prevezon case, cited a Fox News report from last July.
The Manhattan U.S. attorney’s office did not disclose in the filing whether it independently confirmed that the State Department issued a visa to Veselnitskaya to allow to her attend the 2nd Circuit argument in June 2016.