A series of seemingly unrelated reports and analyses out this week point in a single direction: The case that Russian meddling played a key role in the 2016 election’s outcome is becoming increasingly evident, and the Russian government found the Trump campaign to be a willing and eager partner in its goals.
Three Reasons Trump Is Probably Under Investigation
For months, Republicans knew much more about Russia than they let on. As reports continue to surface that Republicans knew much more than they let on at the time, the Moscow Project will keep a running tab of who knew what and when. Here is our initial timeline with a few key points.
Ezra Cohen-Watnick, a Bannon/Flynn protégé, apparently still keeps his job despite his widely reported role in the Nunes scandal.
20 Contacts Between the Trump Campaign and Kremlin Before Trump Took Office
Donald Trump claims he “fired” his long-time friend Roger Stone from his campaign in August 2015. But the two remained in contact throughout the campaign. In fact, on March 30, 2016, Stone claimed the two spoke more often than “monthly” but “not every day, not every other day.”