Here’s the TLDR First. Links following
The Ukranian mobsters paid Trump $325,000 to fire the Ambasador. The mobsters work for a Ukranian oligarch who wanted her gone because she was actually interested in going after corruption. Trump met with them. Pence met with them. Don Jr met with them, and Giulianni worked with them. Trump fired her.
The Ukranian thugs, those weren’t just Giuliani’s “associates” but also donald’s.
They attended a campaign rally with ‘Candidate-1’ in Nevada on October 20, 2018
Trump campaigned in Nevada on October 20, 2018 for Laxalt, who was the Republican candidate for Nevada governor in the race. Laxalt lost. A spokesman for Laxalt, Andy Matthews, said of Fruman: “He came to a Las Vegas fundraiser. Adam doesn’t know the man.”
Weird, donald also had a rally in nevada, on Oct 20, 2018 . The same exact time that the Ukranian thugs were bribing Sessions. Why were they bribing Sessions, according to Sessions?
They wanted the ambassador fired.
Must be a coincidence.
Here’s the video of the Trump rally on Oct. 20
Oh, they also met with Pence, Don Jr, and flew out there with Colludiani?
image of them with trump and pence
image of them eating with Don jr
Ukrainian-born defendant Andrey Kukushkin told the Russian citizen, Parnas attended. a campaign rally for an unnamed Nevada political candidate on Oct. 20, 2018
I wonder what the Ukranian thugs wanted?
“They sell political influence not only to advance their own financial interests, but to advance the political interests of one foreign official, a Ukrainian government official who sought the dismissal of the U.S. ambassador to the Ukraine,” said Berman.
the men separately gave $325,000 to the primary pro-Trump super PAC
Marie Yovanovitch, the former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine, told three House committees in a closed deposition that President Trump pressured the State Department to remove her from her post
And trump then personally signed off on Dowd representing the thugs
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