Donald Trump Jr.’s Emails

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Donald Trump Jr. released the full email chain with the Russian lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya after the NY Times revealed they were in possession of the emails and were planning to publish them.

In an email exchange with Rob Goldstone, Donald Trump Jr. agreed to meet with a Russian woman based on a conversation he had with a man named Emin who he worked with on the Moscow Miss Universe beauty pageant.

Goldstone is U.K. publicist and tabloid reporter who tweets selfies everywhere.

Donald Jr. at first tried to speak with a Russian woman who was said to have opposition research on Hillary Clinton. At first he tried a phone call but that didn’t work out. He instead had a brief meeting with her. She only wanted to discuss Russian adoptions and the Magnitsky Act.

The Trump’s worked with and respected Emin and his father Aras which is why he thought it would be okay to attend the meeting.

He said the entire meeting was the most insane nonsense he ever heard and it agitated him. The woman lawyer did not work for the Russian government and this was before the Russian collusion story blew up.

Keep in mind that Hillary did the same thing with the Ukraine and had been following Soros’s recommendations as it concerns Albania, et al. Also, the Russian dossier commissioned by the Democrats was based on information from Russian spies , officials and gossips.

In the email exchange, Goldstone notes the Russian government supports Mr. Trump.

It’s not a smoking gun as the media would have you believe. The meeting took place under false premises.

The Russian lawyer appears to have been working with FusionGPS according to the White House. That is the company that put the Russian dossier together.

It should be noted that the New York Times has been writing about emails they hadn’t seen.

The emails do not indicate the lawyer was a Russian proxy. It is only Goldstone who says the Russian government supports Trump.

The Times admits that it is unclear whether “Mr. Goldstone had direct knowledge of the origin of the damaging material”. Goldstone might not have known where it came from. There is no evidence the Russians wanted Trump to win or if Goldstone had any direct knowledge.

There is still no evidence that any of this is true.

The NY Times knows the source , Rob Goldstone, is an absolute lunatic and they know there is no proof, yet they reported it as if it was proven Russian collusion. There is no proof that Donald Jr. knew anything about any broader-based effort by Russia to support Trump.

Goldstone denies any knowledge of involvement by the Russian government in this one year old exchange.