Veselnitskaya intended to pass Trump Jr. data on Browder

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Lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya expected to convey US President’s son Donald trump, the results of its investigation against the head of Hermitage Capital of William Browder. As reported by the Wall Street Journal, she said during an interview.

In particular, the lawyer had information, as related to the Browder American firm Ziff Brothers Investments evade taxes in Russia, and then passed them on as donations of the democratic party of the United States.

However, as stated in the publication, trump Jr. has not shown interest in this information.

According to Veselnitskaya, she coordinated a meeting with the government of Russia denied that any meeting with the son of trump was organized at the request of the Prosecutor General Yuri Chaika.

July 11, trump Jr. posted on Twitter conversation with producer Robert Goldstone, regarding the possibility of obtaining the election headquarters of the father of incriminating documents on a candidate for the presidency from the Democrats Hillary Clinton. Son of trump explained its actions by the desire to be fully open.

A day earlier it became known that Donald trump Jr. was held in June 2016 meeting with Veselnitskaya, hoping to receive from her dirt on Clinton. It was reported, it was also attended by head of the presidential campaigns by Paul Manafort trump and Jared Kushner, the son-in-law of the President. The paper argues that Veselnitskaya has a “connection with the Kremlin.” Trump Jr. told the NYT that the meeting, which was held in the Trump Tower skyscraper in new York, Veselnitskaya was unable to confirm she had the presence of dirt on Clinton.

Later, the lawyer denied accusations that it helped the Kremlin to influence the results of presidential elections in the United States. She stated that she has no ties to the Kremlin. Veselnitskaya also said that she doesn’t have dirt on Clinton “never had the intention to possess such information.”

Russia has repeatedly accused of meddling in the US presidential election. American journalists and officials claimed that “Russian hackers” allegedly kidnapped the correspondence of the Democrats and published in the Internet and tried to get into the electronic vote counting system. Moscow denies such accusations.