Friday 20 May 2022 05:49 PM Hillary Clinton APPROVED plan to share Trump-Russian bank communications, ... trends now

Friday 20 May 2022 05:49 PM Hillary Clinton APPROVED plan to share Trump-Russian bank communications, ... trends now
Friday 20 May 2022 05:49 PM Hillary Clinton APPROVED plan to share Trump-Russian bank communications, ... trends now

Friday 20 May 2022 05:49 PM Hillary Clinton APPROVED plan to share Trump-Russian bank communications, ... trends now

BREAKING NEWS: Hillary Clinton APPROVED sharing debunked 'covert' communications between Trump and Kremlin-backed bank with press - even though she wasn't 'totally confident' in the legitimacy, ex-campaign manager tells Durham trial Robby Mook testified on Friday about the campaign meeting on the data  He told the trial of Michael Sussman that he was first briefed about Alfa Bank by campaign general counsel Marc Elias Mook also said he discussed the data with Jake Sullivan and John Podesta  Admitted the campaign wasn't 'totally confident' in the 'legitimacy of the data', but was hoping a reporter could get it confirmed   Sussman is accused of lying to the FBI about the fact that he was representing Clinton's 2016 campaign interests and that of another client

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Hillary Clinton's former campaign manager Robby Mook told a court on Friday that she signed off on sharing debunked allegations linking Donald Trump and the Kremlin-backed Alfa Bank with the media in the run-up to the 2016 election.

Mook told the trial of Michael Sussman, the first to be indicted by Special Counsel John Durham in his Russia origins probe, that he was first briefed about Alfa Bank by campaign general counsel Marc Elias.

He said he also discussed with then senior advisor Jake Sullivan - now the White House National Security advisor - and campaign chairman John Podesta about whether to share the information with a reporter.

'I discussed it with Hillary as well,' Mook told the court. He also admitted the campaign wasn't 'totally confident in the legitimacy of the data', but was hoping a reporter would follow it up and determine if it was 'accurate' or 'substantive'

'I don't remember the

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