Hillary Clinton personally approved of sharing an unsubstantiated Trump/Russia story with the mainstream media back in 2016. The story was that Trump had a connection to the Kremlin-backed “Alfa Bank” via a “secret” server. Robby Mook, Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign manager, testified that the campaign met about the particular issue back then. Mook’s testimony came as a result of the ongoing Michael Sussman trial. Sussman is accused of lying to the FBI about representing Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign while also serving the interests of another client. Sussman is also accused of lying to “manipulate” the FBI over Trump. Sussman’s trial is not meant to be a trial against Hillary Clinton over the 2016 campaign, however, there are undeniable ties that cannot be ignored.
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