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further. another interview with the russian lawyer who met donald trump's campaign officials in twenty sixteen reignites talk of collusion between trump and russia r.c.a. looks to see if there's anything new. this comes as the u.s. house intelligence committee trying the allegations his presidential campaign was working with russia. the iraqi city of fallujah just struggles with the consequences of chemicals and radioactive materials used by the u.s. and its allies fifteen years after the war started. and as the new u.s. secretary of state claims germany's not paying its way in nato defense r.t.
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a smoking gun that would breathe new life into the search of ties between trump and the kremlin a crucial piece of the puzzle the russian lawyer who promised dirt on clinton to the trump campaign worked with latimer putin's kremlin this is natalia vessel that sky as she was twenty sixteen meeting at trump tower acknowledging that she's a lawyer but that she's also an informant listen to what she's telling us now about her ties to the chief prosecutor of russia in front of mark better this year. about them. even in front seemingly this now adds to the collusion case but what more does this new quote from an interview and what is said to be her e-mail correspondence actually add to the overall picture. well we know. a lawyer who worked for the moscow region prosecutor's office before going private she says she's worked on high profile cases in russia and abroad representing both foreign and russian citizens and when she hit the headlines last year the media was
quick to point out her alleged links to the russian government from the coverage one could easily think she was on a special mission on the kremlin's direct orders back in twenty sixteen when she met the trump campaign representatives a year on she's in the media spotlight again except resolutes go herself has been open about these allegations in the past i now the general prosecutor personally in the course of my investigation i shared information with him is a lawyer liaising with the prosecutor's office evidence of collusion according to her any ties with government bodies revolve around her legal work in a professional capacity and the twenty six team trip was not sanctioned by moscow yet is the first thought i had to have that meeting as part of my job as a lawyer for a russian citizen in the us it had nothing to do with politics it didn't have anything to do with russia the latest chapter in the story comes on the. heels of the congress intelligence committee's final report albeit controversial into
allegations of trumped russia collusion in which most such evidence was produced we don't yet know the full context of recently scores latest comments it would seem odd at least to reveal oneself as a kremlin agent having been transparent in the past about a role and correspondence what we do know is that eighteen months on from inclusion even if it's not the latest news can still make a good headline or rush our analysts martin mccauley thinks there's nothing special in a lawyer sometimes working the prosecutor's office this relation that the television . is a criminal agent doesn't stand up because as a lawyer she can give advice to the prosecutor general's office and meet members of the prosecutor general's office as a lawyer that's quite legal there's nothing there's nothing illegal about it and you can go to the united states and represent a client it's just another meeting and tribune you met her. and they said it only
lasted twenty minutes they didn't speak about very much if the opposition of robert miller then can find evidence that they were conspiring together they were trying trying to undermine hillary clinton so it's up to them to do that but on the face of it we just know to bt. or will have to prove that it had other. rather objectives in the meeting and you find that very very difficult. to prove well the new allegations come as the u.s. house intelligence committee reveals it found no evidence trump's presidential campaign had been working with russia however the democrat story fused to endorse the findings and to continue the probe artesia jaclyn though there is more. if you've heard it once you've heard of a thousand times but here it is once more for those of you in the cheap seats the russian active measures campaign against the united states was multi-faceted they
leverage cyber attacks covert platforms social media third party intermediaries in state run media the house intelligence report begins with a novel idea the american people rightly want to know what the russians did and how and what each section starts off with accusations of what the kremlin did where the evidence is meant to be there is just a bunch of blacked out text nevertheless the committee concludes that russia's goal was to sow discord in america and cast doubt on the democratic process that's apparently with point zero zero zero two percent of u.s. election related advertising on google and with an equally huge amount of ads on facebook twenty five percent of which were never seen by anyone that's in the report still the aim was apparently achieved and is the sole reason for the expansive divide that has grown in america since the election rush's active measures campaign achieved its primary goal of inciting division and discord among americans for more than a year us politics have been consumed by busy recriminations charges and
countercharges about the attacks it's wholly unclear how russia's alleged actions are responsible for the political chaos that has ensued since trump took the white house it wasn't russia reporting that term's former campaign manager has connections to ukraine spelled out collusion one of the many theories that the report shoots down the charges against paul the for president tom's former company and manager or save more than seventeen million dollars in secret payments from a kremlin linked political party in ukraine but it was the american media that hypothesize that trump jr is meeting with a russian lawyer proved moscow was supporting trump donald trump son think he was about to get help from a russian lawyer with ties to the kremlin this is looking more and more like treason all these strange behavior from the president it's all explains now a stream of lee. by the intelligence community condemned by the report as damaging national security wasn't orchestrated by the kremlin who are also learning from your sources that intelligence officials they denied n.b.c. news is learning from intelligence sources u.s. intelligence sources tell c.b.s.
news or even take a master kislyak half of team trump was accused of meeting with him and that's threaten their jobs but the report says there was nothing sinister there also there the controversial russian ambassador sergey look of course of the pictures of course is shameful picture where the united states press corps was kept out by the russians were allowed in there is an open question whether there was collusion cooperation between trump associates during the campaign and russian officials all of that discord was home grown so after a year of searching that included seventy three interviews nine hearings and briefings and the review of countless documents were left with the conclusion of no collusion and as much proof as we had before the report was released meaning little to none. talk of russian meddling often involves a mention of this channel as so called a so-called tool of kremlin influence and this time the apparent reason it's a growth in artie's popularity. well according to the committee's report moscow
uses google and it services to spread propaganda. which also notes on tea has reached two million subscribers on you choose us lawmakers are also disturbed by the fact r.t. is regarded the same as legitimate news sources this lionel's things congress is mistaking an alternative point of view for interference. the only thing that we can maybe point to is that these people called the russians russian government russian actors people with russian names i don't know but these people that we will collectively call the russian. put a tweet and facebook story that did not encourage armed revolt by the americans is that what happens i think it merely presented allegedly the point zero zero to whatever percent of this but presented stories that other american actors and politicians and folks and and activists were alleging as
well so it just so happened that this horrible russian a example of dissent or whatever was a story discord happened to me you are exactly the same thoughts and sentiments of actual americans who may have had a different opinion from hillary clinton it's the only story in town at the american public have been so habituated to this means that they want to hear more of it they believe there is evidence when there is no evidence no no i'm sorry to say this isn't stopping i hope it does but i'm afraid it will. it's been fifteen years since one of the darkest chapters of the iraq war the falutin massacre in two thousand and three american soldiers opened fire on civilian protesters killing seventeen and injuring more than seventy at the time the u.s. military claimed protesters had first opened fire at the soldiers however human rights watch failed to find any trace of bullet holes in the building way us to.