Skip to comments.Professor At Center Of Trump-Russia Probe Summarized FBI Interview In Email To The Bureau
Posted on 08/30/2018 1:38:35 PM PDT by detective
Joseph Mifsud is a key figure in the investigation into possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian government
Mifsud, a Maltese professor, told former Trump campaign aide George Papadopoulos that Russia had thousands of Hillary Clinton emails
Mifsud emailed the FBI on Feb. 11, 2017, just after he was interviewed by investigators. He downplayed his contacts with Papadopoulos.
Shortly after being interviewed by the FBI early last year, the mystery professor at the center of the Trump-Russia investigation emailed the bureau with a recap of the interview.
The email, reported by The Hill, seemingly shows what Mifsud told FBI agents during a Feb. 11, 2017 interview in Washington, D.C.
According to The Hill, Mifsud downplayed his interactions with George Papadopoulos, denying that there was anything nefarious in his dealings with the former Trump campaign adviser.
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The Maltese F*ckUp
"Kay, lemme try THIS..!!!
Folks interested in Prof. Milsfud may find this video of him giving a presentation at American University interesting.
The Russians have Hillary’s emails. The Chinese have Hillary’s emails. The only ones who say they don’t have her emails are the crack U.S. intel agencies.
Remember, they didn’t spot the oncoming collapse of the Soviet Union either.
[Mifsud] was last seen at the Global Ties national conference on February 8, 2017, where he was featured as a speaker. The Global Ties national conference was run by the State Departments Office of International Visitors. ----Mysterious Prof Who Peddled Clinton Dirt to Papadopoulos May Be Dead, DNC Lawyers Say PJ Media ^ | 09/09/2018 | Debra Heine
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