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Carter Page House Intelligence Committee transcript just released

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more than 200 pages.

carter met with Gazprom/Rosneft

clovis made him sign NDA 

told sessions, lewandowski about trip

lots of Steele dossier pans out.


sessions up for more questioning next week.

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1 hour ago, Jacque67 said:



when asked by Gowdy why he went ahead with his trip to Russia, Page responded "Because I'm trying to live my life..."


He came without counsel, after recanting his 5th Amendment rights ...

my name is Forest, Forest Gump





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I love the MDL trying to do away with people trying to do business to feed their families.  So sad.

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WASHINGTON — A former Trump campaign adviser told Congress he met with a Russian deputy prime minister during the 2016 presidential campaign and that at least two members of the president’s team were aware, providing more details to what is publicly known about Moscow’s access to President Trump’s inner circle, according to a congressional transcript released late Monday.

“I’ll send you guys a readout soon regarding some incredible insights and outreach I’ve received from a few Russian legislators and senior members of the Presidential administration here,” the former adviser, Carter Page, wrote in a July 8, 2016, email to campaign staff members after he spoke with Arkady Dvorkovich, a Russian deputy prime minister.

The New York Times first reported the fact that Mr. Page notified campaign officials about his meetings in Moscow, but the transcript, which is over 200 pages long, discloses the names of those advisers — Tera Dahl and J.D. Gordon — and the identity of the Russian official, Mr. Dvorkovich.

Mr. Page’s eight-hour testimony, under oath, to the members of the House Intelligence Committee on Thursday, came the same week as the first charges were announced in the special counsel’s investigation into ties between Mr. Trump’s campaign and Russian officials.

One of the three advisers charged, George Papadopoulos, pleaded guilty to lying to the F.B.I. In court documents, it was disclosed that Mr. Papadopoulos communicated with people who had links to the Russian government, and that Trump campaign advisers were aware of his interactions.


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