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By Daveda Gruber:

Are you ready for the real Russian story?

On Thursday President Trump accused the ‘Fake Media’ of ignoring new details about the 2010 approval of a controversial uranium deal with a Russian company. This comes in the midst of analysis of likely ‘conflicts of interest’ for Hillary Clinton and the Obama administration.

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Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, vowed at a public hearing to “get to the bottom of this issue.” The FBI had apparent evidence as early as 2009 that Russians had used bribes, kickbacks and other filthy tactics to expand Moscow’s atomic energy footprint in the U.S.. The Obama administration approved the uranium deal benefiting Moscow.

Grassley is seeking permission to interview the FBI informant who helped agents uncover the corruption. His lawyer Victoria Toensing said the informant was prevented from disclosing certain information to the courts and Congress after signing a nondisclosure statement He was also threatened by Justice officials when he tried to reveal some information in a lawsuit last year.

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On Wednesday Grassley released a series of letters addressing his concerns in detail and raising the question of whether the committee that approved the uranium transaction was aware of the FBI investigation and an ongoing criminal probe. Then Secretary of State Clinton was included in the ‘Committee on Foreign Investment in the United State’ (CFIUS).

Canada was involved in this. The deal, which was previously reported, involved the 2010 approval of a partial sale of Canadian mining company ‘Uranium One’ to Russia’s Rosatom nuclear company. This brings in the U.S. because the sale gave the Russians control of part of the uranium supply in the United States.

Grassley wrote in his letters that he’s not “convinced” by previous “assurances” that there were no unresolved national security concerns. Grassley, in his hearing remarks and letters, brought up significant issues.

It had been reported before that figures tied to the transaction gave donations to Bill Clinton and his family foundation, but Grassley wrote that he has learned additional details about a $500,000 fee the former president got from a Russian investment bank for a June speech in 2010. He wrote that the bank’s senior officers included former Russian intelligence and sources had described the company as an “extension” of the Russian government.

The Clinton corruption is more than anyone could possibly imagine. This is just the tip of the iceberg.


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