BOMBSHELL: Senate Releases Email Logs On Trump Tower Meeting; HUGE Clinton Connection Uncovered

The Senate has obtained and released email communications showing that a former Hillary Clinton associate, Fusion GPS, and Russians spoke about the infamous June 2016 Trump Tower meeting before it took place.

According to Breitbart, who reported it reviewed the email correspondents, the email logs show Edward Lieberman, whose late wife Evelyn Lieberman worked for Bill Clinton’s White House as chief of staff and as an aide in Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign, exchanged emails with the co-founder of Fusion GPS and Russian officials who participated in the June 9, 2016, Trump Tower meeting.

Clinton has claimed that she had no involvement with the dossier or anyone who was involved with the Trump Tower meeting, but it would appear that is not true based on recently released email logs.

In the email logs, which can be seen below, the Democratic trio spoke about the June 9, 2016 meeting between May 13, 2016, and May 20, 2016 — weeks before it ever took place.

Fusion GPS hired Christopher Steele, a former British spy, to compile the salacious dossier. Steele’s 35-page report is full of numerous, unverified claims asserting that Trump colluded with Russia during the election. Clinton’s campaign and the DNC paid more than $9 million to Fusion GPS to fund Steele’s anti-Trump efforts.

The Clinton-funded dossier kicked off the FBI’s Russia investigation, which in turn led to the appointment of a special counsel.

Here’s what Breitbart reports:

All participants at the Trump Tower meeting generally agree the confab, in which Veselnitskaya did most of the talking, focused largely on the Magnitsky Act as well as talk about a Russian tax evasion scheme and alleged connections to the Democratic National Committee. Donald Trump Jr. previously explained that he took the meeting thinking it was about “opposition research” on Hillary Clinton and was disappointed that it wasn’t.

In her own written response to the Senate Judiciary Committee, Veselnitskaya denied meeting Simpson on June 8 or June 10. She also denied informing Simpson of the Trump Tower meeting.

Now it has emerged that Anatoli Samochornov, a Russian translator who was present at the Trump Tower meeting, testified that he was present at several meetings between Simpson and Veselnitskaya, including around the date of the Trump Tower meeting. Samochornov also places Lieberman at one and likely two of those meetings.

Samochornov described those present at “the first meeting”—ostensibly referring to an initial meeting in October 2015. From the context of his testimony, he also could have been referring to the “first meeting” in June 2016.  He described those present at the “first meeting” as including himself, Simpson, Veselnitskaya, Russian-born Washington lobbyist Rinat Akhmetshin ad Lieberman. Akhmetshin came to the Trump Tower meeting, as well.

Clinton has claimed that she had no involvement with the dossier or anyone who was involved with the Trump Tower meeting, but it would appear that is not true based on recently released email logs.

This could be one of the biggest scandals in modern political history, and many agree that there should be a second special counsel appointed to investigate how the Russia probe was started, handled, and what Clinton did to help get it elevated to the highest levels of the U.S. government.