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Week 2 Power Rankings:
Sparty is the big loser this week, dropping 3 spots after their loss in the desert. Purdue fell hard as well after becoming the second B1G team to ever lose to EMU (2017 Rutgers being the first), while Illinois made their way out of last place for the first time since Week 6 of last year. Congratulations, Illini, you've finally made it!
Rank Team Points Average Rank Prev. Change Variance
1 Ohio State 138(80) 1.37 1 0 1.01
2 Wisconsin 192(16) 1.90 2 0 0.21
3 Penn State 308(3) 3.05 4 +1 0.41
4 Michigan 462(1) 4.57 5 +1 1.45
5 Iowa 547(1) 5.42 6 +1 2.41
6 Michigan State 607 6.01 3 -3 1.89
7 Maryland 720 7.13 8 +1 3.57
8 Northwestern 919 9.10 7 -1 3.53
9 Minnesota 925 9.16 11 +2 2.09
10 Nebraska 952 9.43 9 -1 3.81
11 Indiana 1015 10.05 12 +1 2.73
12 Purdue 1243 12.31 10 -2 1.99
13 Illinois 1285 12.72 14 +1 2.74
14 Rutgers 1300 12.87 13 -1 1.39
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1. Well that was pretty much perfect. 2 QBs, a combined 30/33 passing, 5 TDs. I know it was against Rutgers, but it's been a loooong time since the Buckeyes have had a passing attack quite like this one. The Buckeye fanbase has a massive man-crush on Dwayne Haskins right now and I don't see that changing anytime soon. It was also nice to see the defense get back to its usual standard and only allow a FG. This weekend will be a much better test on both fronts as we travel down to Arlington to face off against TCU. topher3003
2. Turnovers and a couple long 1st quarter drives kept the score in this one close until midway through the 3rd quarter, which had oglers dropping into our gamethread hoping to see some chaos. What they saw instead was that the score didn't reflect just how dominant Wisconsin had been, at least not yet. New Mexico just had no defense against the Badgers ground game, and although their triple option was effective on the opening drive, Leonhard quickly adjusted his defense which gave up 43 yds total over the next 7 New Mexico drives, by which point the game was decided. Jonathan Taylor set some personal bests with 253 of UW's 417 rushing yds attributed to him on 33 carries. FB Alec Ingold impressed every time he touched the ball, breaking free for a 39 yd carry and punching through for 3rd and 4th down conversions and a TD. Despite how rarely the Badgers went to the air, A.J. Taylor still had a standout day with 5 receptions for 134 yds and a TD. BYU is next for Wisconsin. pianobadger
3. On a rainy Saturday night in Pittsburgh, the Nittany Lions triumphed over pure evil in a tale of two wildly different halves. The Lions got a KJ Hamler touchdown on their opening drive to which Pitt responded with one of their own. The next 20 minutes were mired by mistakes and missed opportunities from both teams that featured an interception, 2 missed field goals, three fumbles, and one Narduzzi unsportsmanlike conduct penalty. Relief came very late in the second quarter as the Lions scored their second Hamler TD. After half time, James Franklin and Co. revived their status as a “second half team” outscoring Pitt 37 to 0. In my opinion, the outcome really boiled down to two things, the first being the halftime adjustments on defense that effectively shut down the Pitt rushing offense. The second is that Pitt was just constantly getting in it's own way. They ended the game with with 16 penalties totaling 116 yards several of which resulted in PSU first downs that lead to TDs. One even led to a safety! Their biggest mistake though, was going for it on 4th and 3 on the PSU 4 instead of kicking the field goal. Pitt turned over the ball to the Lions along with any momentum they had for the rest of the game. Next up: Kent State. 2ndHalfTeam
4. Anytime Michigan can take on an in-state directional school coming off a loss, it’s an opportunity to bounce back. The offense clicked on all cylinders with 35-first half points. Led by Karan Higdon’s 156 yards on just 13 carries (12 YPC), the Wolverines rumbled their way to 308 rushing yards. Backup Chris Evans chipped in with 86 yards (8.6 YPC) and a pair of touchdowns. We also saw something the Big House hasn’t seen in about a year…a touchdown catch by a wide receiver. Not just one, but two! Sophomore wide outs Nico Collins and Donovan Peoples-Jones each snagged scoring strikes from Shea Patterson, who threw three touchdowns in his home debut. Patterson hit Collins on a deep 44-yard score and put the ball right on the hands of People-Jones for his third TD, which displayed Patterson’s ability to get the ball outside the hash marks on a rope. The defense didn’t allow a point until WMU kicked a field goal with 2:34 remaining in the game. Rashan Gary and linebacker Jordan Anthony recorded sacks, Noah Furbush had an INT when he dropped back into coverage, and Josh Ross had two TFLs. We hadn’t heard much of Anthony’s name during camp, while the speedy Ross could crack the starting lineup sooner rather than later. Everything felt right in Ann Arbor, but before anyone gets overly excited it was against Western Michigan. B1GLove
5. The name of the game is defense. Iowa State went 66 yards on their first drive, which resulted in a field goal. They gained 102 yards for the rest of the game. Iowa’s defensive line in particular feasted. Sacks, hurries, TFLs...Iowa has a very good defense. In two games, the first-team has allowed 3 points (Northern Illinois scored their TD in garbage time). The offense, on the other hand...oh boy. The running game was not great, but the passing game really struggled. Stanley’s accuracy seems to have gone downhill since last season. His WRs aren’t doing him any favors, though. From drops, to a lack of separation, to bad routes, there’s a lot of work that needs to be done. So far, the defense is championship-caliber. Can the offense catch up? If so, it’ll be a very special season. (Hint: Don’t get your hopes up). trumpet_23
6. Some of the things that everyone raised following an ugly win over Utah State returned in a loss against ASU. The o-line improved, but was useless in the Red Zone as Scott could get no traction from short range, and ultimately leading to an interception in the endzone. The defense also failed to generate a significant pass rush, and questionable coaching decisions left the secondary exposed late in the game. It became clear as the game wore on that the heat and late night was wearing on the team and ultimately contributed to the loss, though they had plenty of opportunities to put the game away earlier. The combination of poor line play and honestly questionable playcalling on both sides of the ball led to losing what was a very winnable game. Next week is a bye, which hopefully is used to pull a 2013 and regroup and retool heading into the rest of the season following this tough loss. FoxMcbowser42
7. The Terps might have gotten out with a 31pt victory but that was just a strange game against Bowling Green. At one point in the 3rd quarter, Maryland led in total yards around 350 to 130 while the scoreboard showed only a 3-point difference. The story of the game was penalties - it was a solid showing by both the offense and defense but sloppiness seemed like it would almost cost us the game. It definitely wasn’t Kasim Hill’s best night, in a soggy game he finished only 8/16 while overthrowing on a handful of deep shots. The running game however was gashing BG all over, accounting for 444 yards on 8.4ypc. For Maryland fans the best sign was that Anthony McFarland, a redshirt freshman and former top-100 recruit, posted a game-high 139 total yards. He’s a dynamic playmaker and showed how he can make a difference as both a receiver and a runningback. The defense was strong too, allowing only about 150 yards and accumulating 5 sacks. By the 4th quarter Maryland was finally running on all cylinders and posted 4 TDs to close out the game. Next week Temple comes to town, having already lost to Villanova and Buffalo. Should be one last opportunity to grease the gears before conference play kicks off. Wicked_UMD
8. Once again Northwestern struggled against Duke, with the secondary failing to contain Duke's passing attack, and Northwestern's offense struggling to move the ball. On offense, Northwestern's receivers failed to create separation, both starting tackles were injured and the backups allowed considerable pressure to get to the Quarterback, and top receiving threat, "Superback" Cam Green was ejected for targeting while tackling a Duke defender on a pick return. Defensively, the D-Line generated pressure, but generally struggled to get to the QB, with the exception of DE Joe Gaziano, who had two sacks. The secondary struggled significantly, and Duke was able to consistently convert on third down all day. All in all, it was a very forgettable performance for the 'Cats. Next week against Akron brings likely the easiest opponent of the year, and Northwestern will hope to reverse course and work out the kinks before a challenging B1G run begins. LeinadSpoon
9. A solid 21-14 win for this Gopher squad but it didn't come easy or without a price. Senior RB-1 Rodney Smith went out on the first drive of the game with an apparent knee injury, his future status is unknown. With Shannon Brooks already out for the season and Mohammed Ibrahim going down last week, our running game is in trouble. Zack Annexstad did a great job in picking up the slack, going 16/26 for 175 yards. Fresno State was kept in check most of the game, until a recovered fumble late in the 3rd saw them take the ball over at the Gopher 17-yard line, taking only 4 plays to score making it 10-7. An exciting 4th quarter saw Fresno take the lead, only to have the Gophers march down and take it right back, including an incredible drive extending play by Annexstad and Johnson. Fresno threatened bringing the ball all the way inside the 10 until a fantastic interception by Antoine Winfiled Jr. sealed the game.. Great steps forward for the Gophers in this game, this is one we lose with last years team. kShnarsty
10. If you want to read about all the good things that came out of losing to Colorado, read literally every article written in the last 2 days. Here’s what is upsetting: we had our chances, and the slipped through our hands – literally – multiple times. And for all those mistakes, we STILL had CU beat, until one final boneheaded unnecessary roughness gave the game back. Losing hurts. Losing to Colorado AND looking like the bad guys that deserved it in the process is devastating. On the bright side, our QB crisis is temporarily averted, as Adrian Martinez is listed as day-to-day. Our walk-on backup QB looked decent under fire, too. This week Nebraska hosts Troy. The Huskers lead the all-time series 4-0. Hype Train Status: Slow and steady. Projected record: 6-5 Nebraska_Actually
11. Saturday’s game in Bloomington showed some great potential at the RB position (which was very much up in the air until this weekend), some clear deficiencies in the special teams unit, but ultimately ended with Indiana pulling out a well-deserved win. The clear good that came out of the game was the play of Stevie Scott, Indiana’s Freshman running back, who went off for 204 yards. Scott looked dominant all game, waiting for holes to open up and carrying defenders for additional yards after initial contact. He looks to have solidified his position as Indian’s bell-cow rusher with Ellison still under indefinite suspension and Gest out for the season with an injury. While Indiana’s front line controlled the line of scrimmage for most of the game, Scott showed a distinct ability to power through defenders for additional yardage and bursts of speed that will translate well into B1G play. As B1G play starts he will certainly remain a legitimate threat the B1G defenses will have to consider when making their gameplans for Indiana. However, the game was not all positive, as is usually the case with Indiana. Special teams allowed Virginia to block an extra point, which it returned for a safety, and a field goal throughout the game. This 6-point swing (4 points off the board for Indiana and 2 points to Virginia for the safety) almost made all of the difference in this game. If Indiana had converted these plays, Virginia’s final drive would not have been so suspenseful. If this special teams unit does not improve drastically in the coming weeks, B1G teams will pick this unit apart and it WILL cost Indiana games in the near future. Indiana doesn’t need an elite special teams unit, but it needs to be able to kick short field goals and extra points without the fear of giving up points. I really don’t think that’s too much to ask of them to be honest. Even with the special teams’ shortcomings, Indiana managed to pull this game out and take the win. In a game where Indiana looked like it was clearly the better team for the whole game, it looked like they would find a way to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory. On Virginia’s final drive, where it marched over 60 yards down the field, it looked like Indiana was going to find a way to lose this game. It allowed Virginia to convert a fourth down that would have ended the game and committed a pass interference penalty that allowed Virginia to take a final shot at a game winning TD with no time remaining on the clock. This is a story that Indiana fans have heard before, but it usually ends with the opponent finding a way to win. Instead, this game ended with Coach Allen jumping to high five the fans that stayed to watch the cold, rainy game. In past years this game would have ended in sadness for those fans, but not this Saturday. I hope that this is a win that Indiana can use to see their potential on offense and defense and to improve their special team’s strategy before the start of B1G play. Go Hoosiers! manofruber
12. Purdue have FIVE fumbles in this game, and while they only lost two, it clearly set a tone. Both teams had a fairly prolific offense, with Eastern Michigan racking up 350 yards through the air, while the Purdue running game answered with 340 yards on the ground. For the second week in a row, penalties on the final drive ruined Purdue's chances. A very late hit on the quarterback was quickly followed by a very obvious pass interference to help Eastern Michigan get into range to kick the winning field goal as time expired. dgahimer
13. The Good: Illinois came out slow last weekend and the best part of the game honestly was the injury to A.J. Bush. M.J. Rivers came into the game and jump started the Illinois offense and went 9/16 for 105 yards and 2 TDs. Two of those completions were to Edwin Carter, both for touchdowns. Mike Epstein had 105 yards on 8 carries and led the Illini in rushing. But that is all the good. This was a scrappy win against a FCS opponent. The Illini needed to play better and they didn't. The Bad: Illinois defense had its holes on the run defense in Week 1 and this week Western Illinois was able to expose the Illini through the air, scoring a TD on the first drive. Although the Illini held them without another score till the 4th quarter, this is no way to start the game against an FCS opponent. Now, the best players in the secondary and the line are suspended, so hopefully that changes on Saturday. Bottom Line Youth is once again showing up for the Illini with 10 freshmen getting playing time in the first 2 games. It didn't help that most players with experience were suspended or injured against the Leathernecks. Illinois lost another receiver and Saturday's lineup will have two receivers that have caught the ball, Ricky Smalling and Sam Mays. Illinois has 2 running backs and a QB with over 130 rushing yards and all running backs have at least 15 touches a game. With the receiving core depleted, expect to see Illinois rely heavily on the rushing game, more on that later this week (On my blog, DM me if you want the link) Next Up: University of South Florida at Soldier Field the_reddit_intern
14. We scored 3 points! We didn't get shut out! Well, even with this positive development, unfortunately that snarky SB Nation article which ranked the 3 TDs that Rutgers has scored against Ohio State will remain unchanged heading into next season, because 3 points is all we scored. In any event, everyone knew Rutgers was going to lose, but it's really frustrating not showing any progress whatsoever. I had hoped we would at least escape Columbus healthy, but that didn't happen either. Our true freshman QB Art Sitkowski got destroyed on a Nick Bosa sack (newsflash to LT Tariq Cole, you shouldn't have said that Bosa had never gotten a sack on you before the game...). Luckily, Sitkowski just has a sprained shoulder, so hopefully he can go next week at Kansas. Speaking of Kansas, they had a solid victory against CMU and are now 3 point favorites at home against Rutgers next week. If we lose that game, even I will vote my Scarlet Knights #14 for the next poll. MRC1986
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The Center of the National Interest is the Center of Trump-Russia: How Kislyak, Torshin, Butina, Burt, Kissinger, and the NRA infiltrated Trump's campaign

Richard Burt’s Russian Connections: Oleg Deripaska, Alfa-bank, Deutsche Bank
Richard Burt’s Russia connection began with his father, a Russian emigre that made a fortune mining in Siberia. Burt became a Henry Kissinger protege in his 20‘s (1), and by the late 70's joined the New York Times (2), where he published a number of leaked US security secrets. This led to a contentious nomination of Burt to US ambassador to Germany in 1985 when a number of US senators, including Orin Hatch, accused Burt of violating US espionage laws (1), though nothing came of those accusations, and his confirmation was ultimately railroaded through by Senator Majority leader Bob Dole (3). By 2004, Russian oligarch Oleg Deripaska would hire both Bob Dole and Richard Burt’s Diligence to lobby on his behalf after Deripaska was banned from entering the US due to his ties with Russia organized crime (4)(5).
Another owner of Diligence was Nathanial Rothschild, business partner to Oleg Deripaska (5). The two own a major stake in Russian aluminum company, RusAl (6).
Another client of Diligence was Alfa-bank. In 2005 Diligence LLC allegedly attempted to illegally acquire information from an Alfa-bank Rival, though the case was settled out of court (7). By 2006, Richard Burt himself joined the senior advisory board of Alfa-bank (8). Alfa-bank's server was found pinging Trump Org servers regularly during the 2016 campaign, a total of 2000 times between May and September (11).
At some point Burt also joined the board of Deutsche Bank (10). Since, Deutsche bank has been caught multiple times involved in Russian money laundering schemes (12)(13).
In 1998, when no other bank would loan to Donald Trump after a string of bankruptcies, Deutsche created a brand new real estate operation and gave Trump it’s first loan of $125 million for renovation of his 40 Wall Street property, then backed the construction of his Trump World Tower (14), which ultimately sold 1/3 of its properties to Russians or limited liabilities connected to Russia (15). Other notable residents included Trump’s personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, who once claimed at a wedding he was part of the Russian mob (16), and Trump pollster, Kellyanne Conway, who was connected to the Tom Delay/Jack Abramoff’s Russia scandal (more on that later) (17).
In 2005, Deutsche bank loaned Trump $640 million (14). The following year Richard Burt, representing Alfa-bank, and Ron Lauder, Trump’s childhood friend, awarded Deutsche Bank for “Excellence in Foreign Investment in Russia” (9).
  1. https://larouchepub.com/eiw/public/1985/eirv12n23-19850610/eirv12n23-19850610_057-the_kissinger_soviet_roots_of_ri.pdf
  2. https://www.nytimes.com/1978/04/09/archives/neutron-bomb-controversy-strained-alliance-and-caused-splits-in-the.html
  3. https://larouchepub.com/eiw/public/1985/eirv12n29-19850726/eirv12n29-19850726_030-richard_burt_politically_wounded.pdf
  4. http://online.wsj.com/public/resources/documents/ruslobby-dole-04172007.pdf
  5. https://www.thenation.com/article/mccains-kremlin-ties/
  6. https://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysectobanksandfinance/6907222/Nat-Rothschild-to-invest-in-Russian-aluminium-company-Rusal.html
  7. https://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/03/29/haley-barbour-iran-nuclear-program-bgr_n_1375102.html
  8. https://web.archive.org/web/20061012094801/https://alfabank.com/media/news/2006/06/20/
  9. https://web.archive.org/web/20061012094801/https://alfabank.com/media/news/2006/06/20/
  10. https://maglobal.com/team/richard-burt/
  11. https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2018/10/15/was-there-a-connection-between-a-russian-bank-and-the-trump-campaign
  12. https://money.cnn.com/2017/01/31/investing/deutsche-bank-us-fine-russia-money-laundering/index.html
  13. https://www.theguardian.com/business/2019/ap17/deutsche-bank-faces-action-over-20bn-russian-money-laundering-scheme
  14. https://www.businessinsider.com/trump-deutsche-bank-mueller-2017-12
  15. https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-03-16/behind-trump-s-russia-romance-there-s-a-tower-full-of-oligarchs
  16. https://www.businessinsider.com/michael-cohen-bragged-about-being-part-of-russian-mob-2018-4
  17. https://medium.com/@trumpwatchdog/trumps-labor-nominee-lobbied-for-sweatshops-and-russian-interests-65bfd9589c00
Richard Burt and Sergey Kislyak
In 1989, George HW Bush appointed Richard Burt as chief negotiator of the START I treaty between the US and Russia. On the other side, a little known Sergey Kislyak worked at the Soviet Union’s ministry of foreign affairs, focused on nuclear negotiations (1). On July 31, 1991, the START I treaty was signed by Russia and the United States. When START I was due to expire in late 2008, it was Kislyak hard at work re-negotiating it (2). Several current and former US intelligence agents now consider Kislyak a “top spy and recruiter of spies" for Russia (3).
  1. https://www.nytimes.com/1986/08/21/world/summit-linked-to-arms-pact-russian-insists.html
  2. https://www.armscontrol.org/20081114_Kisylak
  3. https://www.cnn.com/2017/03/02/world/sergey-kislyak-russian-ambassador-us-profile/
Sarah Palin and Sergey Kislyak
In May 2007, Russian politician Vladimir Yetylin visited Sarah Palin in Anchorage, Alaska and invited her to Russia’s Chukotka region where Russian oligarch Roman Abramovich governed (1). Abramovich is close business partners with Oleg Deripaska (15), was one of the founders of RusAl (16), and has his own mafia connections (17).
This was not something new. In 2000 Yetylin and Abramovich visited Alaska in an attempt to recruit famed Alaska politician Victor Fishcher to govern Chuktoka, but when that failed, Abramovich took the seat himself (2)(3).
Then in January, 2008, Sarah Palin invited Kislyak to attend Alaska’s 50th anniversary since joining the US, scheduled for the following January (4).
In March, Nathanial Rothschild hosted a fundraiser for McCain’s campaign during McCain’s trip to the UK, a move many accused of violating election laws (18). McCain had met with Oleg Deripaska on several occasions by then, first introduced by Paul Manafort’s business partner in Ukraine, Rick Davis, at DeVos in 2006. In 2004 Paul Manafort had signed a contract with Deripaska to “greatly benefit the Putin Government” (21). Deripaska would later host John McCain’s 70's birthday party on a yacht off the coast of Montenegro (19).
In May, Dmitry Medvedev stepped down as head of Russian oil and gas giant, Gazprom, to head the Russian Federation as the new President. At some point Gazprom would hire Richard Burt as a lobbyist (20). In July, Medvedev appointed Kislyak Russia’s ambassador to the US (5).
That same month, July 2008 Rick Davis, chose Sarah Palin as McCain’s running make (6). Ever close to her side was Richard Burt and his wife, Gahl Hodges Burt, who was responsible for Palin’s well fitted suits (14). Richard Burt acted as McCain’s top advisor on foreign relations, a familiar role he had also fulfilled in McCain’s 2000 run.
Then, in September, Medvedev attended ELAT in Chukotka, becoming the first Russian president to visit the area, and met with Abramovich (7) and Yetlyin. During Yetlyin’s presentation at ELAT, Yetlyin “point[ed] out the best known dead caribou for many years, lying beside Alaska Governor Sarah Palin” (8). Just weeks later on Oct 13, Gazprom sent eight executives to Alaska to meet with state officials (9), including Aleksei Miller who was later sanctioned by the US for election meddling (10), and Aleksandr Golubyev, veteran FSB agent (11).
The following January, 2009, Kislyak accepted his invitation and visited Palin in Alaska (12). Five months later, Kislyak emailed Sarah Palin about meeting with what would turn out to be a Russian mob “godfather,” Alexander Torshin (13).
  1. https://www.seattletimes.com/nation-world/are-russian-ties-a-palin-priority/
  2. https://books.google.com/books?id=TrgcEOqv9PkC&pg=PA349
  3. https://books.google.com/books?id=TrgcEOqv9PkC&pg=PA270
  4. http://us4palin.com/gov-palin-meeting-with-diplomats-from-9-countries-1-29-2009-update/
  5. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sergey_Kislyak#Diplomatic_career
  6. https://www.thenation.com/article/mccains-kremlin-ties/
  7. http://reindeerherding.org/blog/herders-blog/president-medvedev-visits-reindeer-herders-in-chukotka/
  8. http://reindeerherding.org/ru-blog/sarah-palin-vladimir-etylin-the-chukotka-connection/
  9. https://www.nytimes.com/2008/10/14/business/worldbusiness/14iht-gazprom.4.16947310.html
  10. https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-russia-sanctions-millegazprom-ceo-miller-says-proud-of-inclusion-on-u-s-sanctions-list-idUSKCN1HD2DH
  11. https://pgjonline.com/magazine/2008/november-2008-vol-235-no-11/projects/russian-gas-executives-make-visit-to-alaska
  12. http://us4palin.com/gov-palin-meeting-with-diplomats-from-9-countries-1-29-2009-update/
  13. https://www.npr.org/2018/05/11/610206357/documents-reveal-how-russian-official-courted-conservatives-in-u-s-since-2009
  14. https://observer.com/2008/10/sarah-palin-and-cindy-mccains-secret-style-adviser-revealed/
  15. https://www.theguardian.com/business/2003/jul/06/russia.football
  16. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rusal#Founding_of_Rusal_and_company_expansion_2000_%E2%80%93_2007
  17. https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/roman-abramovich-revealed-the-dangerous-world-89764
  18. https://www.theguardian.com/world/2008/ap29/johnmccain.uselections2008
  19. https://www.circa.com/story/2017/06/21/heres-the-russia-influence-controversy-that-john-mccain-doesnt-want-you-to-know-about
  20. https://www.politico.com/story/2016/10/donald-trump-campaign-lobbyist-russian-pipeline-229264
  21. https://www.apnews.com/122ae0b5848345faa88108a03de40c5a
Kislyak, Alfa-bank, and the Center for the National Interest
Prior to being named Russia’s ambassador to the US, Sergey Kislyak was deputy minster of foreign affairs, working under Sergey Lavrov. Lavrov had been meeting reguarly with Donald Trumps personal lawyer and “America’s mayor” Rudy Giuliani since 2004 (1) and his son-in-law, Alexander Vinokurov sits on the board of Alfa-bank alongside Richard Burt (3). In Oct 2008, with Richard Burt present as an Alfa-bank board member, Giuliani presented the keynote speech for Alfa-bank’s “Excellence in Foreign Investments in Russia” award (2).
As recently as October 2016 Richard Burt claims to maintain a close working relationship with Alfa-banks co-founder, Mikhail Fridman (4).
The Ministry of Foreign Relations was actively linked to the Alfa-bank’s Alfa Fellowship internship program and Lavrov and Kislyak met the 2008 interns just prior to Kislyak heading to the US as the newly-appointed ambassador to the US (2).
After arriving in the US, Kislyak was welcomed with a dinner party hosted by Dmitri Simes of the Center for the National Interest, a think tank group founded by Nixon (5). Also on the board are Richard Burt and Henry Kissinger, as well as Grover Norquist (6). In 1995, Norquist worked with Tom Delay on the infamous K Street Project (7). Years later it was found Delay was bribed by Russia’s Gazrprom for his vote on an IMF bailout of the Russian economy in 1997 (8), a scandal, orchestrated by Delay’s prior aid, Jack Ambroff, that shook the US political world. Jack Ambroff’s friend, Paul Erickson of the NRA, would later “date" the notorious Russia spy, Maria Butina and assist her in infiltrating US politics (9).
  1. https://www.newsweek.com/giuliani-mysterious-ties-russia-former-soviet-union-decades-1215349
  2. https://alfabank.com/app/uploads/2018/02/ab_social_report_2008.pdf
  3. https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-08-18/billionaire-ally-of-putin-socialized-with-kushner-ivanka-trump
  4. https://www.politico.com/story/2016/10/donald-trump-campaign-lobbyist-russian-pipeline-229264
  5. https://www.nytimes.com/2017/03/02/world/europe/sergey-kislyak-russian-ambassador.html
  6. https://cftni.org/about/board-of-directors/
  7. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/K_Street_Project
  8. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tom_DeLay#Contributions_from_Russian_oil_executives
  9. https://www.opensecrets.org/news/2018/12/nra-leader-jack-abramoff-gop-operative-russian-spy-maria-butina-lobbying/
Rusnano
In 2007 Richard Burt had left Diligence and joined his mentor, Henry Kissinger, at Kissinger McLarty & Associates (1). The following year in September 2008, “Father of the oligarchs” Anatoly Chubais joined the international advisory board of JP Morgan Chase alongside Kissinger (2).
For those unfamiliar, Chubais was responsible for bringing capitalism to Russia after the fall of the Soviet Union and worked closely with Harvard professors in the 90‘s through a group called the Harvard Institute of International Affairs, or HIID, that eventually erupted in scandal when a number of those professors were caught profitting from the very advice and direction they were giving to the Russian government (3)(4). Henry Kissinger was the founding director of HIID in 1958 (orginally CFIA), then focused on nuclear arms control theory (5).
HIID’s Andrei Shliefer worked closely with Len Blavatnik and business partner Viktor Vekselberg, helping them attain loans for investments in Russia (11). In return, Blavatnik would make investments to Shleifer in the very companies Shleifer worked to privatize (3). In 2014 Jared Kushner and Ivanak Trump partied in Moscow with both Blavatnik and Veksleberg, as well as head of Mikhail Fridman’s Letter One and Sergey Lavrov’s daugher and son-in-law (13). Both Blavatnik and Vekselberg’s cousin, Andrew Intrater, later donated to Donald Trump’s inaugural fund (12).
Just prior to joining JP Morgan, Chubais had worked from 2004-2008 breaking up and privatizing the Russian government-owned electrical giant, RAO-UES (6), assisted by Carter Page (7). Shortly after that work, Page teamed up with a Gazprom executive, Sergei Yatsenko, to found Global Energy Capital in a building connected to Trump Tower via bridge (8).
Also in September of 2008, when Chubais join the international advisory board of JP Morgan Chase, Chubais was appointed General Manager of RUSNANO (9). On the supervisory board of Rusnano was Alexander Torshin (10).
  1. https://www.thenation.com/article/mccains-kremlin-ties/
  2. https://www.reuters.com/article/jpmorgan-chubais-appointment/jpmorgan-names-russia-reformer-chubais-to-board-idUSLP18050820080926
  3. https://www.institutionalinvestor.com/article/b150npp3q49x7w/how-harvard-lost-russia
  4. https://www.thenation.com/article/harvard-boys-do-russia/
  5. http://www.hup.harvard.edu/catalog.php?isbn=9780674027770
  6. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anatoly_Chubais
  7. http://www.globalenergycap.com/management/
  8. https://www.justsecurity.org/46786/timeline-carter-pages-contacts-russia/
  9. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anatoly_Chubais#RUSNANO
  10. https://issuu.com/usrbc/docs/usrbc_annualmeeting2010
  11. https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2014/01/20/the-billionaires-playlist
  12. https://abcnews.go.com/Politics/investigators-follow-flow-money-trump-wealthy-donors-russian/story
  13. https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-08-18/billionaire-ally-of-putin-socialized-with-kushner-ivanka-trump
Rusnano and Schwarzenegger
Sarah Palin ultimately failed her bid for the White House, so Sergey Kislyak turned to another US politician, Arnold Schwarzenegger, at the time Governor of California.
For those unfamiliar, Schwarzenegger made his first trip to Russian in 1986 for the filming of “Red Heat”, where he met up with Russian weightlifter, Yury Vaslov. Vaslov, along with his friend, Vladimir Dubinin, formed the USSR’s Federation of Bodybuilding, or IFBB (1). While Vaslov ended up joining the Russian state Duma, Dubinin would continue to connect to Schwarzenegger through the Arnold Classic in Ohio, where Dubinin would gift Schwarzenegger busts of Russia leaders, including Stalin in 1995 and Putin in 2009 (2)(3).
In 1999, Russian action star Alexander Nevsky, called the “Russian Arnold Schwarzenegger,” gifted Schwarzenegger a memoir signed by Gorbachev, whom Nevsky knew personally (4)(5). Soon after Schwarzenegger teamed up with US politicos that once ushered Russia’s Yeltsin into power to push him to California governor (6).
In Oct 2009, amid the world financial crisis, Schwarzenegger was set to close California’s only standing Russian settlement, Fort Ross, until approached by Sergey Kislyak, who suggested Russian assistance to finance the park (7). A month later, Medvedev announced Moscow’s own answer to Silicon Valley Skokovo, and appointed Viktor Vekselberg to lead the project (8). Ultimately it was Vekselberg’s Renova Group that financed Fort Ross, the deal signed on Oct 21, 2010 following a keynote speech by Schwarzenegger and Kislyak at an event held at Vekselberg’s Skolkovo, Russia, an event sponsored by Rusnano (10). And, as it turns out, Skolkovo was a suspected spy facility.
As Obama’s effort to reboot diplomatic relations [with Russia] sputtered, federal officials began raising alarms about the Skolkovo Foundation’s ties to Putin.
“The foundation may be a means for the Russian government to access our nation’s sensitive or classified research, development facilities and dual-use technologies” (9)
In attendance at the infamous meeting in Skolkovo was Carter Page’s father, Alan Page, as well as Arkady Dvorkovich (10). When Carter Page founded Global Energy Capital in 2008, he listed his father’s home as the address (11). In 2013, Page got caught up in a Russian spy ring (16), and yet, unfazed, in 2016 emailed Trump’s campaign boasting he could arrange a meeting in Moscow between Trump and Putin (17). Carter Page was introduced to the Trump campaign by Ed Cox (19), who’s wife’s sister, Julie Nixon Eisenhower, sits on the board for the Center for the National Interest (18). Rudy Giuliani once worked at Ed Cox’s law firm in the 70‘s (20), and, more recently, in 2005, Bracewell Giuliani lobbied for Ed Cox’s Houston-based Nobel Energy (21)(22). Then, in July 2016 amid Trump’s campaign, Carter Page flew to Russia and met with Dvorkovich (12).
Also in attendance was “Russia’s favorite Congressman" Dana Rohrabacher (10). Two years later the FBI would approach Rohrabacher warning Russian spies were trying to recruit him (25).
Also in attendance was Alexander Torshin as well as Preston Kline (10). Kline introduced Torshin to the NRA’s David Keene (13) soon after, in May 2011 (14). David Keene also sits on the board of the Center for the National Interest alongside Richard Burt and Henry Kissinger (15). After that, Torshin often appeared at the NRA’s annual convention and claimed he knew Donald Trump through the NRA (26). Torshin’s protege, Maria Butina, took a picture with Scott Walker at the 2015 NRA convention and met with Walker again when Walker announced his presidential bid. Shortly after Butina met with Scott Walker, Russian oligarch Len Blavatnik’s Access Industries donated to Scott Walker’s political operation and $1.5 million to a pro-Walker Super PAC (29). Torshin also chatted with Don Jr at the 2016 NRA convention (28).
Also in attendance was Viktor Vekselberg’s cousin, Andrew Intrater (10), who later donated to Donald Trump’s inaugural fund (30).
On that same trip to Skolkovo, Schwarzenegger met with Medvedev who offered him the mayorship of Moscow (23 @1:23). Though that never came to pass, in 2014 Schwarzenegger starred in the film, “Sabotage”, that was financed by Mikhail Lesin, founder of Russia’s propaganda outlet, RT (24).
  1. https://www.net-film.us/film-73188/
  2. https://persona.rin.ru/eng/view/f/0/36873/dubinin-vladimir
  3. https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/russia/6448502/Vladimir-Putin-to-be-cast-in-bronze-for-Arnold-Schwarzenegger.html
  4. https://www.dailynews.com/2018/01/18/from-moscow-to-hollywood-alexander-nevsky-pursued-his-schwarzenegger-fueled-dreams-of-a-life-in-action-movies/
  5. https://themoscowtimes.com/articles/meet-the-russian-arnold-schwarzenegger-3385
  6. https://www.theguardian.com/world/2003/sep/07/film.russia
  7. https://www.rferl.org/a/California_Looks_To_Russia_To_Help_Preserve_Historic_Settlement/1841800.html
  8. http://sk.ru/foundation/team/p/person.aspx?un=vvf
  9. https://apnews.com/5e533f93afae4a4fa5c2f7fe80ad72ac/Sanctioned-Russian-oligarch-linked-to-Cohen-has-vast-US-ties
  10. https://issuu.com/usrbc/docs/usrbc_annualmeeting2010
  11. https://thesternfacts.com/suspected-russian-spy-carter-pages-father-ran-a-regional-power-company-b93e9e6f4222
  12. https://www.cnn.com/2017/11/03/politics/carter-page-russian-officials-new-york-times/index.html
  13. https://www.tennessean.com/story/news/2018/03/20/russia-nashville-lawyer-marsha-blackburn/431448002/
  14. https://medium.com/@ScottMStedman/in-2011-handwritten-letter-nra-president-offered-help-to-alexander-torshin-for-his-endeavors-370f68101e3b
  15. https://cftni.org/about/board-of-directors/
  16. https://foreignpolicy.com/2017/04/04/russian-spy-met-trump-adviser-carter-page-and-thought-he-was-an-idiot/
  17. https://www.politico.com/story/2019/04/23/mueller-report-findings-1287072
  18. https://www.timesunion.com/7day-state/article/N-Y-GOP-s-Cox-introduced-Carter-Page-to-Trump-12553410.php
  19. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Patterson_Belknap_Webb_%26_Tyler
  20. https://web.archive.org/web/20170616173941/http://investors.nblenergy.com/directors.cfm
  21. https://bracewell.com/people/g-alan-rafte
  22. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pmyeWJuInPI
  23. https://www.businessinsider.com/putin-media-czar-brad-pitt-movie-2014-8
  24. https://www.nytimes.com/2017/05/19/us/politics/dana-rohrabacher-russia-spies.html
  25. https://www.npr.org/2018/03/01/590076949/depth-of-russian-politicians-cultivation-of-nra-ties-revealed
  26. https://www.jsonline.com/story/news/politics/elections/2018/09/08/scott-walker-had-second-brief-encounter-accused-russian-spy/1244899002/
  27. https://www.nytimes.com/2017/12/03/us/politics/trump-putin-russia-nra-campaign.html
  28. https://urbanmilwaukee.com/pressrelease/gov-scott-walker-political-operation-snagged-250000-check-mere-days-after-meeting-with-accused-russian-spy/
  29. https://www.vox.com/2018/7/5/17505728/trump-inauguration-mueller-russians-rick-gates
Richard Burt, Sergey Kislyak, and Alexander Torshin infiltrate US politics
In early 2011, Donald Trump discussed running for president with Steve Bannon, but they both agreed 2016 would be better (1). Then in May, Sarah Palin paid Trump a visit at Trump Tower (2). Sarah Palin became an early endorser of Donald Trump, appearing at a Trump rally to give her endorsement just weeks before the Iowa caucus (13). Here’s Palin spouting out pro-Putin talking points in 2014 (14).
In 2012, Kissinger, whom Putin considers a trusted foreign policy adviser, visited Vladimir Putin to discuss US and Russia elections (3).
In August 2014, Rand Paul named Richard Burt and the president of the Center for the National Interest’s Dimitri Simes as key foreign policy advisers (4). Two months later Rand Paul delivered a speech at the Center for the National Interest’s annual dinner (5). It didn’t take much time before Rand Paul started spouting Russian talking points (6), as well as his father, Ron Paul (7). In 2018 Rand Paul traveled to Moscow and hand delivered a personal note from Trump to Putin and invited Russian senators to meet with the US congress in the US “or elsewhere” (11). The Russian senators then asked for assistance in the Maria Butina case and suggested they may use the invite to protest her arrest (12).
The following February, 2015, Simes met with Putin in Moscow. In May, the Center for the National Interest arranged for Alexander Torshin and his protege, Maria Butina, to visit with US government officials (8). On June 12th, the Center for the National Interest published Maria Butina’s op-ed discussing that only a Republican can improve relations with Russia (9). Around the same time, Simes emailed Butina about connecting one of his top donors with Russian officials (10).
  1. https://www.cnn.com/2017/04/12/politics/steve-bannon-donald-trump-relationship/index.html
  2. https://thecaucus.blogs.nytimes.com/2011/05/31/palin-visits-trump-in-new-york/
  3. https://www.nytimes.com/2012/01/20/world/europe/henry-kissinger-to-meet-with-vladimir-putin-in-russia.html
  4. https://freebeacon.com/politics/rand-pauls-russian-connection/
  5. https://nationalinterest.org/feature/rand-paul-the-case-conservative-realism-11544
  6. https://www.realclearpolitics.com/video/2018/08/16/rand_paul_on_diplomatic_trip_to_russia_us_sanctions_are_designed_to_cause_problems_not_fix_them.html
  7. https://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2014/07/ron-paul-is-putins-new-best-friend/439533/
  8. https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-russia-butina-exclusive/exclusive-accused-russian-agent-butina-met-with-u-s-treasury-fed-officials-idUSKBN1KC0DC
  9. https://nationalinterest.org/feature/the-bear-the-elephant-13098
  10. https://www.thedailybeast.com/maria-butina-private-messages-reveal-accused-russian-spys-true-ties-to-dc-wise-man
  11. https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-08-06/u-s-senator-invites-russian-lawmakers-to-washington-for-talks
  12. http://tass.com/politics/1016200
  13. https://edition.cnn.com/2016/01/19/politics/sarah-palin-donald-trump-2016/index.html
  14. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GHsuI_4Aomo
The Russians and the Trump Campaign: The Beginnings
The following month, July 2015, Butina attended the Freedom Fest where she was called on my Donald Trump shortly after he announced his candidacy for president. Asked about sanctions, Trump promised, “We’ll get along with Putin” (1). That same month, Rob Goldstone, publicist to a Russian pop star who’s father is an oligarch, emailed Trump’s personal assistant about possibly hooking Trump up with a personal meeting with Putin (10). Within that same same summer, Donald Trump met up with Michael Flynn for the first time (2). At the time, Flynn was seemingly romantically involved with an accused Russian spy, Svetlana Lokhova, who had access to Russia’s GRU files (3).
In August, Dana Rohrabacher met up with Maria Butina and Alexander Torshin in St. Petersburg (4).
On Dec 2, 2015 Flynn visited Sergey Kislyak at his home (5). Shortly after, on Dec 8th, a delegation of NRA officials, arranged by David Keene, met with Alexander Torshin and Maria Butina at Moscow while Flynn, at the same time, delivered a paid speech at an RT Gala in Moscow and sat at the same table as Vladimir Putin. Officials notice after the RT Gala an increased communications between Flynn and Kislyak and British intelligence agencies detecte suspicious interactions between Russan and Trump aides that they pass to US intellgence (6). Recently reported, Maria Butina also updated her progress to Kislyak as well (7).
Shortly after the NRA delegation returned to the states, Ed Cox (connected to the Center for the National Interest) introduced Carter Page to Trump’s campaign manager at the time, Corey Lewandowski (8). Page then emails Trump’s campaign boasting that he could arrange a meeting in Moscow between Trump and Putin (9). After meeting with Lewandowki in January, Lewandowski steered him to Sam Clovis who ultimately hired Page to Trump’s National Security team (8).
  1. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/video/news/video-1730496/Alleged-Russian-spy-Maria-Butina-asks-Trump-question-2015.html
  2. https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/checkpoint/wp/2016/08/15/trump-adviser-michael-t-flynn-on-his-dinner-with-putin-and-why-russia-today-is-just-like-cnn/?utm_term=.31693a2a7de0
  3. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5776741/Cambridge-graduate-accused-serial-seducer-spymasters-fights-clear-name.html
  4. https://www.mercurynews.com/2018/07/18/orange-county-congressman-rohrabacher-met-with-accused-spy-in-russia/
  5. https://investigaterussia.org/media/2018-04-28/flynn-met-kislyak-2015
  6. https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/politics/wp/2018/02/05/a-so-far-complete-timeline-of-the-investigation-into-trump-and-russia/?utm_term=.df52a2972a66
  7. https://www.rollingstone.com/politics/politics-news/butina-influence-secretary-state-sentencing-memo-825666/
  8. https://www.timesunion.com/7day-state/article/N-Y-GOP-s-Cox-introduced-Carter-Page-to-Trump-12553410.php
  9. https://www.politico.com/story/2019/04/23/mueller-report-findings-1287072
  10. https://themoscowproject.org/explainers/trumps-russia-cover-up-by-the-numbers-70-contacts-with-russia-linked-operatives/
The Center for the National Interest and the Trump Campaign
Then on March 14, 2016 Jared Kushner attended a luncheon hosted by the Center for the National Interest where he met with Dimitri Simes and Henry Kissinger (1). That same day George Papadopoulos met with the infamous Professor Mifsud in Italy who would later reveal Russia had “dirt” on Clinton in the form of thousands of emails. Then, on March 31st during Trump’s first National Security meeting that also included Jeff Sessions, Papadopoulos revealed he could arrange a meeting between Trump and Putin (2). Though Trump never ended up meeting with Putin, less than three weeks later on April 19, Donald Trump’s childhood friend, Ron Lauder, did (3).
A little more than a week later, the Center for the National Interest hosted Trump first speech on foreign policy at the Mayflower Hotel. Richard Burt and George Papadopoulos worked on that speech, where Trump promised a “good deal with Russia” (4). It was at that event that Jared Kushner and Jeff Sessions first met Sergey Kislyak (5). Sessions would again meet with Kislyak, this time with Carter Page and JD Gordon, on July 18 during the Republican National Convention. And yet again in September Session met Kislyak in his Senate office (6).
Burt also attended two dinners with Jeff Sessions while a lobbyist for Gazprom (7).
In May, 2016, a political operative connected to the NRA emailed Jeff Sessions and Rick Dearborn for advice arranging a meeting with Trump and Putin, with first contact to be made at the NRA’s 2016 convention. Dearborn forwarded a similar email stemming from Christian causes to Jared Kushner (11).
During the 2016 NRA national convention, Alexander Torshin ultimately met up with Don Jr and Maria Butina delivered a speech to the governor and lieutenant governor of Kentucky (8). Butina also later dined with Don Jr on a separate occasion (9) and went on a Styx date with JD Gordon from Trump’s National Security Team (10).
Then in December Jared Kushner joined Michael Flynn to see Kislyak at Trump Tower where they discussed “setting up a secret and secure communications channel” (6). Afterward, Flynn kept communicating with Kislyak (12), negotiating by Kushner’s direction (13), in violation of the Logan Act. Flynn would eventually enter a plea deal for lying about those negotiations to the FBI (12).
At Kislyak's request, the head of VEB, Sergei Gorkov, visited Kushner at Trump Tower in Dec 2016, where he gifted Kushner art and a "bag of dirt" from Kushner's ancestral land of Belarus (14). The two discussed Kushner Companies, though VEB was under US sanctions. Previously, Gorkov led Sberbank at the time Sberbank sponsored Miss Universe 2013 in Moscow (15). While there, Herman Gref, the CEO of Sberbank, hosted a dinner for Trump (16). Immediately afterwards Trump started tweeting about a Trump Tower Moscow (17). Then, in early 2014, a former Sberbank employee with access to GRU files, Svetlana Lokhova, met with Michael Flynn at Cambridge University, birthplace of Cambridge Analytica (18). Immediately after Carter Page flew to Moscow amid Trump's presidential campaign, Page traveled to Cambridge University and met up with Paul Manafort-protege, Vin WWeber (19)(20).
  1. https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-08-13/kushner-foreign-policy-role-grew-after-kissinger-lunch-correct
  2. https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2017/oct/30/george-papadopoulos-timeline-trump-campaign-adviser-russia-links
  3. http://en.kremlin.ru/events/president/news/51751
  4. https://thesternfacts.com/meet-putins-top-influencers-behind-russia-s-election-attack-on-america-852516c5a423
  5. https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/national-security/sessions-discussed-trump-campaign-related-matters-with-russian-ambassador-us-intelligence-intercepts-show/2017/07/21/3e704692-6e44-11e7-9c15-177740635e83_story.html
  6. http://time.com/5572821/donald-trump-russia-contacts/
  7. https://www.politico.com/story/2016/10/donald-trump-campaign-lobbyist-russian-pipeline-229264
  8. https://www.courier-journal.com/story/news/local/2018/07/24/louisville-news-kavanaugh-rand-paul-butina-town-more/824816002/
  9. https://www.nytimes.com/2018/08/04/us/politics/maria-butina-nra-russia-influence.html
  10. https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/onpolitics/2018/08/03/jd-gordon-maria-butina-styx-concert/903701002/
  11. https://www.nytimes.com/2017/12/03/us/politics/trump-putin-russia-nra-campaign.html
  12. https://themoscowproject.org/explainers/trumps-russia-cover-up-by-the-numbers-70-contacts-with-russia-linked-operatives/
  13. https://www.cnn.com/2017/12/01/politics/jared-kushner-michael-flynn-russia/index.html
  14. https://foreignpolicy.com/2017/07/25/why-did-russia-send-sergei-gorkov-to-meet-with-jared-kushne
  15. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sergei_Gorkov#Meeting_with_Jared_Kushner
  16. https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2017/sep/18/trump-in-moscow-what-happened-at-miss-universe-in-2013
  17. https://twitter.com/realdonaldtrump/status/399939505924628480?lang=en
  18. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5776741/Cambridge-graduate-accused-serial-seducer-spymasters-fights-clear-name.html
  19. https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/cambridge-university-perch-gave-fbi-source-access-to-top-intelligence-figures--and-a-cover-as-he-reached-out-to-trump-associates/2018/06/05/c6764dc2-641e-11e8-99d2-0d678ec08c2f_story.html
  20. https://www.nytimes.com/2019/02/05/us/politics/paul-manafort-news-ukraine.html
Russia and the Trump Administration
On February 2nd, Trump was scheduled to meet Alexander Torshin at the National Prayer Breakfast, but the meeting was canceled when it was revealed Torshin had ties to organized crime . Dana Rohrabacher, however, still dined with Torshin and referred to him as “conservatives’ favorite Russian” (13).
On May 9, 2017, Trumped fired Comey over the “Russia thing" (1). That same day, Sergey Lavrov met with Rex Tillerson (2). According to her plea deal, Butina helped the Trump administration select Rex Tillerson as his first Secretary of State (3). While head of ExxonMobil, Tillerson won the Order of Friendship personally from Vladimir Putin for signed a deal with Rosneft’s Igor Sechin. Exxonmobil was ultimately fine $2 million for that deal for breaking US sanctions (4).
On May 10, the day after Trump fired Comey, Trump met with Sergey Lavrov and Sergey Kislyak in the Oval Office (2), where he admited he fired “nutcase" James Comey to ease pressure form investigation (8) and revealed classified information honed by Israel (9). After the meeting ended and the doors opened to the press, Lavrov and Kislyak were gone and instead, Henry Kissinger accompanied Trump (2).
At some point, Kushner delivered a Russian-sanctions relief plan approved by Putin to Tillerson himself. The plan was originally delivered from Kirill Dimitriev, head of the Russian Direct Investment Fund, to Kushner’s friend, Rick Gerson (5). At one point, Stephen Schwartzman of Blackstone Group sat on the advisory board to the Russian Direct Investment Fund at it's inception in 2011 (6). Since 2013, Blackstone Group loaned Kushner Companies more than $400 million over multiple projects (7). Also on the board of Blackstone is Jacob Rothschild (10), who’s son, Nathanial, is business partners with Oleg Deripaska and owns a major stake in Rusal (11).
On January, 2019, the Trump administration lifted sanctions on Rusal as well as two other firms connected to Oleg Deripaska (12).
  1. https://www.latimes.com/politics/washington/la-na-essential-washington-updates-trump-s-statements-linking-russia-1494682462-htmlstory.html
  2. https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/worldviews/wp/2017/05/10/the-strange-oval-office-meeting-between-trump-lavrov-and-kislyak/?utm_term=.ac66d1476505
  3. https://www.rollingstone.com/politics/politics-news/butina-influence-secretary-state-sentencing-memo-825666/
  4. https://www.pbs.org/newshounation/treasury-department-fines-exxon-mobil-2-million-russia-violations-rex-tillersons-watch
  5. https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-04-18/kushner-friend-worked-with-putin-deputy-on-reconciliation-plan
  6. https://rdif.ru/Eng_fullNews/53/
  7. https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-05-26/the-kushners-the-saudis-and-blackstone-behind-the-recent-deals
  8. https://www.nytimes.com/2017/05/19/us/politics/trump-russia-comey.html
  9. https://www.businessinsider.com/bombshell-report-trump-oval-office-meeting-russians-comey-2017-11
  10. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jacob_Rothschild,_4th_Baron_Rothschild
  11. https://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysectobanksandfinance/6907222/Nat-Rothschild-to-invest-in-Russian-aluminium-company-Rusal.html
  12. https://www.cnn.com/2019/01/27/politics/trump-admin-lifts-sanctions-oleg-deripaska/index.html
  13. https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/us-politics/donald-trump-russia-gangster-washington-dc-meeting-cancelled-claims-a7664701.html
  14. https://www.thedailybeast.com/butina-boss-alexander-torshin-the-kremlins-no-longer-secret-weapon
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