US President Donald Trump, from his candidacy, through elections to his first year of office, is an exception to politics, especially in the US. He chose to act alone, even without full support from his Republican Party, with his own circle of supporters and like-minded people without combinations and trades with traditional power centers in the US such as the oil industry, Wall Street financial centers, underground multinationals such as Soros and multinational companies such as Westinghouse, Microsoft, CNN or Google. He chose to request and receive support from the voters without obligation to the bribes and, it seems, he was wrong. Without their consent and cooperation with the underground state of the FBI and the CIA, Donald Trump is doomed to isolate and open up constant scandals and scandals that endanger his main foundation, the trust of his voters. For starters Trump still can not form his own team in the state administration, and those who are his team are under constant pressure on the underground politics, and if that’s the beginning of his end. Whether it can maintain its mandate at all until spring or sometime in April, May follows a change in the top.One day after Paul Manafort, a former campaign manager for US President Donald Trump, was charged with his money laundering and conspiracy plot against the United States, and President George Papadopoulos’s adviser admitted guilt for false testimony, the Guardian reported an article that deals with the investigation into Russian interference in the US presidential election campaign. The most important question is – how close are the investigators to Trump?
The day when Trump summoned James Komi for dinner and then asked the FBI director for a pledge of loyalty, another key conversation took place in the offices. George Papadopoulos was interrogated for contacts with a professor connected with Russia, who offered him “truncated clothes” to Tramp for his rival, Hillary Clinton.
Papadopoulos lied during a meeting on January 27. It came to light yesterday. He is the first person to be charged with ties with Russia during Trump’s campaign for last year’s presidential election in America. After being arrested in Dallas International Airport in July, he has repeatedly met with representatives of the US government to give them information and answers to some questions, which means that he changed the page and began to assist the special adviser responsible for the investigation, Robert Miller.
Pratt Barrera, a former US prosecutor for southern New York, who was dismissed by Trump, wrote on Twitter that Miller has an associate and that it is George Papadopoulos.
“This is important, and time will show how much,” he wrote on Twitter.
All this was discovered the very day the former campaign manager Paul Manforthret and his deputy Rick Gates were charged with conspiring against the United States for money laundering, not registering as foreign agents, giving false statements and failing to report bank accounts abroad. These are the first public actions in the investigation of a possible connection between Trump and Moscow. Even in the best days of the US president, it would be extremely harmful, writes The Guardian. Trump, in his characteristic way, tried to diminish the importance of the investigation and draw attention to something else.
“Sorry, but it was a couple of years ago before Paul Manafort was at all part of the campaign. But why are not the focus and Democrats with Hillary,” Trump wrote on Twitter.
It is true that the indictment against Manafort does not mention Trump or Russian involvement in the campaign, but there is a clue that he is accused of illegal foreign lobbying on behalf of Ukrainian pro-Russian political parties from 2005 to 2016. If the Manafort partners who connected with the Kremlin, were aware of his money laundering, it allowed them to influence the Donald Trump campaign.
And the fact that with so many skeletons in the Manafort closet still worked for Trump, it indicates that the campaign did not use external checks. The indictment charges Manafort and Gates that they have tens of millions of dollars through foreign companies and bank accounts.
Manforth led the Trump campaign from March to August 2016 and was also one of the participants at a June meeting in Trump Tower with a Kremlin-related lawyer. Gates never left the campaign, he was in the board of inquiry and visited Trump at the White House several times.
The indictment against Papadopoulos offers the largest evidence of Russian involvement in Trump’s campaign. The White House is likely to claim that Papadopoulos, who pleaded guilty to giving false statements to FBI agents, played a marginal role in the campaign. But the indictment states that Papadopoulos prevented the FBI’s investigation of any link between campaigners and the efforts of the Russian government to interfere in the 2016 elections in the United States. Papadopoulos told the FBI he was in contact with an unnamed foreign a professor who told him there were “dirty things” for Hillary Clinton. It was in the form of e-mails where Papadopoulos claimed that the contacts occurred before joining Trump’s campaign, contrary to what is said in the indictment. Trump assessed all this as a “witch hunt”.
After all, one can sense the end of the underworld battle against US President Donald Trump. America is in the limbo, middle and weightless phase, when it is up high and downhill. How long can this limbo phase last?