Russian Politician Makes Horrifying Admission On Live TV About US Presidential Election

America was just mocked by a Russian politician over the U.S. election, and he said some things that better get on Mueller’s radar…



Information has recently come out that Donald Trump Jr. met with a Russian lawyer connected to the Kremlin during the 2016 presidential election after being promised information that would be damaging to Hillary Clinton.

Interestingly enough, however, the lawyer that Trump Jr. met with has denied possessing any such information, let alone promising to disclose anything.

“I never had any damaging or sensitive information about Hillary Clinton,” Natalia Veselnitskaya told the media. “It was never my intention to have that.”

When asked why Trump’s campaign would have thought that, Veselnitskaya went on to say, “It is quite possible that maybe they were longing for such an information. They wanted it so badly that they could only hear the thought that they wanted.”

President Trump is claiming innocence over the email ordeal, claiming that he didn’t know what had transpired until after his son, Trump Jr., released his emails publically.

President Trump’s lawyer later made a claim that since Donald Trump Jr. was under the protection of the Secret Service, anyone he met with would be closely scrutinized. However, the Secret Service says Trump Jr. wasn’t under their protection at the time.


Later, while being questioned by Senate investigators, Donald Trump Jr. said he agreed to go to a meeting with the Russian lawyer after being told he would be supplied with damaging information about Hillary Clinton’s “fitness.”

“To the extent they had information concerning the fitness, character or qualifications of a presidential candidate, I believed that I should at least hear them out,” he said. “Depending on what, if any, information they had, I could then consult with counsel to make an informed decision as to whether to give it further consideration.”


What’s Happening Now:

A Russian politician may have just given us the admission we need to be able to prove that Russia tried their best to get Trump elected.

On a panel show, Vyacheslav Nikonov, a member of the Russian parliamentary body, bragged that the U.S. “intelligence missed it when Russian intelligence stole the president of the United States.”

The comment was caught by investigative journalist Julia Davis, who distributed what she learned across social media:

Twitter users did their best to spread the information, hoping it would reach U.S. intelligence’s radar:

Trump, you have a lot of explaining to do…