Trump Takes on the Fake Media for Ignoring Uranium Deal with Russia

The president of the United States, Donald Trump has accused the Fake Media, on Thursday for ignoring the fresh details about the 2010 approval of a uranium deal with a Russian company which was a bit controversial, one among scrutiny of potential mismatch of the interests for Hillary Clinton and the administration of Obama.

Donald Trump mentioned in a tweet that a Uranium deal with Russia, with the help of Hillary Clinton and the knowledge of the administration of Obama is actually the biggest story that the Fake Media does not want to follow. A day earlier to that, the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, Chuck Grassley vowed at a public hearing to get to know the inner details of the issue. The Hill reported that the Federal Bureau of Investigation had evidence as early as in the year 2009 that operatives of Russia used bribes, kickbacks and other dirty tactics for the expansion of the atomic energy footprint of Moscow in the United States of America and still the administration of Obama approved the uranium deal benefiting Moscow anyway.

On Thursday, Donald Trump also sent another tweet about the firm behind the controversial anti-Trump dossier which was after Fusion GPS officials took the Fifth during an appearance on Capitol Hill on Wednesday. The Federal Bureau of Investigation wrote that the Democrats and that the workers of firm who are involved with the discredited and Fake Dossier take the 5th that paid for it. The president and his allies occasionally have referred to both the dossier as an indecent document whose origin is covered in mystery, but linked to a company that allegedly did business with Russian figures and the uranium deal to counter allegations of the collusion between Donald Trump and Russia effectively arguing that the Democrats have some connections to Moscow also.

As for the examination of the Russian company, The Hill has reported overnight that Grassley is seeking permission to interview the informant of the Federal Bureau of Investigation who helped agents bring light this particular corruption. His lawyer Victoria Toensing told The Hill that the informant was prevented from leaking out some of the information to the courts and Congress that was done after a nondisclosure statement was signed which was threatened by Justice officials when he tried to reveal some of the information in a lawsuit in the previous year.

November 23, 2017 - 09:42
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