Senate Report: Former Trump aide Paul Manafort shares campaign information with Russia

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It is confirmed by Senate report that the Former Trump aide Paul Manafort shares campaign information with Russia

A new bipartisan Senate report concluded that former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort passed Trump’s internal campaign information to Russian intelligence agents in the 2016 election.

The findings of the investigation formed a direct line between the president’s former campaign chairman and Russian intelligence during the 2016 campaign.

Manafort report:

Manafort, who was later convicted of financial fraud, briefed Russian intelligence officer Konstantin Kilimnik on the election data of the campaign and how the Trump campaign defeated Hillary Clinton in the presidential election.The report wrote that Manafort’s relationship with Kilimnik was a “serious counterintelligence threat,” and added that they found evidence that Russian intelligence officials may be related to the Russian government’s efforts to hack and leak Democratic Party emails.

These findings are part of the fifth and final bipartisan report of the Senate Intelligence Committee, which investigated Russia’s efforts to interfere in the 2016 election. The volume focuses on counterintelligence threats and various attempts by Russia to influence the Trump campaign and the election it.

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The report is based on an investigation of Mueller:

Although it is consistent, it actually far exceeds the Mueller report. The committee found that Russian President Vladimir Putin personally presided over the hacking and leaking of stolen Democratic e-mails. The website Wiki Leaks that published these e-mails played a key role. “It is likely to know that it is assisting the Russian intelligence services.

The report also condemned the FBI for giving “unreasonable trust” to the information in Steele Dossier. The document is a summary of the report by a former British intelligence officer. The Senate Intelligence Committee concluded that the document “lacked the rigor and transparency of procurement quality.”

According to Muller Report:

According to the “Müller Report,” the fifth and final volume of the Senate Intelligence Committee’s investigation into Russian intervention covers up years of investigation into the issue.

As a result, a bipartisan consensus was reached on the nature of the Russian threat. Both sides agreed that the Russian government would interfere in the 2016 election. And called for action to protect the election campaign from foreign interference in future election campaigns.

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