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It has been a year since Trump was elected President of the United States. During this year, he was exposed to multiple scandals, but the development of the plot has also experienced many reversals. The British Channel 4 recently aired the documentary "Trump and Russia: Sex, Spy and Scandal", which hit the core of the Trump scandal and revealed the latest inside story about the scandal.

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Trump and Russia: Sex, Spy and Scandal

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It has been a year since Trump was elected President of the United States. During this year, he was exposed to multiple scandals, but the development of the plot has also experienced many reversals. 

The British Channel 4 recently aired the documentary "Trump and Russia: Sex, Spy and Scandal", which hit the core of the Trump scandal and revealed the latest inside story about the scandal.

 

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1. Porn archives 

US intelligence agencies firmly believe that the Russians carried out cyber attacks on Hillary Clinton's campaign team and leaked relevant documents to help Trump win the election. 

A key question is whether Trump’s campaign team has a cooperative relationship with the Russians. Many clues to this scandal can be traced back to the 2013 "Miss Universe" beauty contest.

 

In November 2013, Donald Trump held a gorgeous "Miss Universe" pageant in Moscow.

This beauty contest gave Trump a chance to interact with Russian elites. His local partners are the billionaire real estate tycoon Alas Agalarov and the star son of Agalarov Emin.

 

How good is the relationship between Trump and Agalarov? On the weekend of the beauty contest, Emin was about to shoot a MV, and Trump made a cameo in the form of "The Apprentice."

 

The style of the previous second of this MV is still like this:

Such:

 

It becomes like this in the next second:

Trump's line is: Emin, wake up! You are always late! You only have a beautiful face. I'm tired of you. you are fired!

 

"You are fired!" is Trump's iconic line in The Apprentice.

It is conceivable that when Trump came to Russia and experienced the Russian oligarchic culture, he must have a feeling of seeing each other late. He admires authoritarian strong men, and people like Putin are very attractive to him.

 

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At that time, Trump hoped that Russian President Putin could also attend the "Miss Universe" pageant, but Putin did not come. 

However, on the day of the game, in an interview on November 9, 2013, Trump declared that he was in contact with Putin and praised Putin.

 

Trump praised Putin in this way: "I do have a relationship with Putin. His performance and his image are great! Look at what he has done on the Syrian issue, see how he handles the problem, and compares him with him. Than, our president pales in comparison, this is no joke."

 

Later, someone broke the news that Trump did something shameful just a few hours after accepting this interview.

 

This is the magnificent Ritz-Carlton Hotel in the center of Moscow. During the 2013 "Miss Universe" pageant, Trump stayed here. 

Someone broke the news that Trump participated in some abnormal pornographic activities in the top-level presidential suite of the Ritz-Carlton Hotel, which was photographed by Russian intelligence agencies as a peg to coerce the future US president.

 

The man's name is Christopher Steele, who used to be an officer of the British MI6. In 2016, he compiled a set of memos called "pornographic archives," and Trump's peachy incident at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Moscow was also included. 

Those who opposed Trump hired him to investigate Trump's relationship with Moscow.

 

However, Christopher Steele declined to comment publicly on this set of memos.

 

However, Trump himself and many people who have been in contact with him believe that this "peachy news" is false, because spies are everywhere in Russia and Trump himself is also very vigilant.

 

On January 11, 2016, Trump emphasized during his campaign: "Be careful, because you don't want to be on TV." "There are surveillance cameras everywhere."


That being said, don’t underestimate Russian agents, especially don’t forget that the leaders of this country are also agents. How could they waste this great opportunity in vain?

 

The investigation found that Russia did try to lure Trump that night. When Trump and his party went to Moscow to participate in the "Miss Universe" pageant, the Russian side sent them a contact person who was probably sent by the Russian Federal Security Service ("KGB" was its predecessor). 

This contact told Trump’s security chief Keith Schiller: “We will arrange some entertainment for Mr. Trump, and call some girls to his room later.” Keith Schiller refused. 

Not only did a security guard be arranged at the entrance, but also security guards were arranged at the entrance of the hotel, front and back. So, what the Russians hoped to happen did not happen.

 

2. Heroes are sad for money

The "pornographic archives" claimed that sex is Trump's weakness. However, he has a bigger weakness-money.

 

Manhattan is the number one pursuit target for American real estate companies. In the 1970s and 1980s, Trump made his first attempt in this field. The basis for his election as president is his successful business experience here. However, those successes were all in vain.

 

From the late 1980s to the early 1990s, Trump borrowed madly. He borrowed more than 3 billion U.S. dollars, and he personally guaranteed about 900 million U.S. dollars in loans. 

When the loan period came, he couldn't pay back. By the beginning of this century, many companies under Trump’s name had gone bankrupt, and the loans borrowed from major U.S. banks had run out. 

He became a “financial outcast” Trump’s reputation on Wall Street was discredited and forced to Projects like the "Trump Soho" Building in Lower Manhattan are looking for new sources of funding.


The "Trump Soho" Tower is a typical building that real estate tycoons are willing to build in the past fifteen years. Although his golden name is hung on the front door, he has not invested any funds for this project at all. The funds come from other sources. 

The funding for this project came from a company called Belloc, which has a deep connection with the former Soviet Union.

 

In the management team of Belloc Group, there is a Russian-American man named Felix Setter.

 

Seth has been acting as an intermediary between Trump and Moscow. The most recent time was at the end of 2015. There were many attempts to build the "Trump Tower" in the Russian capital. The following email from Seth was exposed.

 

Setter wrote in the email: "Let us make the'Trump Moscow Tower' a reality! At the same time, improve the relationship between the two countries so that everyone can see that business is better and more realistic than politics. 

Putin should mean that too. We It will help him reach this consensus. It will help achieve world peace while making big money."

 

This email seems to prove that business and politics are the same thing in Trump's world.

 

Today, Belloc Group is accused of fraud in the United States. However, it is only one of a series of partners Trump has dealt with with the former Soviet Union. In the sinful capitalist world, the dividing line between government and gangs, spies and businessmen is sometimes blurred.

 

3. Trump Tower meeting

This is Donald Trump Jr., Trump's son. He knows better than others that the Russians are eager to help his father. Why do you say that?

The man in the middle of the picture below is named Rob Goldstone. He is Goldstone and the star partner Trump met through the "Miss Universe" contest-Emin Agalarov's British publicist.


On June 3, 2016, just a few days before the U.S. Democratic National Convention, Goldstone sent an e-mail to Donald Trump Jr. at Trump Tower’s campaign headquarters. 

• Agalarov brought a letter. This email is very important and deserves to be quoted in its entirety. Goldstone wrote:

"Emin just called. This morning, the Russian Attorney General met with his father, Alas Agalarov, and offered to provide the Trump campaign with some proof of Hillary Clinton’s crimes. 

The official documents and information of its transactions with Russia. This is obviously sensitive information from the top, but it is part of the Russian government’s support for Mr. Trump."

 

Donald Trump Jr. replied: "You say that, I like it." He agreed to meet with the Russians at Trump Tower. During the investigation, Donald Jr. said afterwards that he attended the meeting to find out whether the Russians had any clues about Hillary Clinton.

 

Trump said that he had no knowledge of the meeting. If you really don't know, then you can only say that he has the supernatural ability of an unknown prophet.

 

On June 7, 2016, the night when the specific arrangements for the meeting with the Russians were determined, Trump and Donald Jr. attended a press conference and made this "prophecy": 

"I may publish it next Monday. For a major speech, we will discuss everything about the Clintons. I think you will get a lot of information from it, which will be very interesting."

 

Two days later, that meeting was held in Trump Tower. The person in charge of the Russian side is the lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya. She is an activist who opposes sanctions against Russia for trampling on human rights.

 

The heads of Trump’s side are Donald Jr., Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner and campaign manager Paul Manafort.


Those who attended the meeting said that they had not obtained useful information from the Russians. However, intelligence experts saw the typical Russian strategy. The content of that meeting is not important. 

The important thing is that the Russian side expressed its willingness to provide some illegally obtained information. It wants to know whether the Trump side is willing to accept this information and whether the Trump side is willing to play. This is their step. The test before the next step. Trump's answer is yes.

 

There is no evidence that this meeting discussed the implementation of cyber attacks against the Democratic Party. 

However, only a week later, the Russians began to publish the files they obtained through cyberattacks. 

Although Donald Jr. denied that the Russians offered help, his father actually encouraged them by inviting the Russians to conduct a cyber attack on Hillary Clinton's personal email server.

 

On July 27, 2016, Trump said during his campaign: "I tell you, Russia - if you are listening, I hope you can find the 30,000 emails that are missing. I think you will Received a huge reward from our media."


Like Donald Jr., Jared Kushner and Paul Manafort also deny "linking to Russia" and participating in Russia's cyber attacks on the Democratic Party.

 

4. Deeply trapped in "Tong Russia Gate"

The list of people involved in the "Russia Gate" incident in the Trump campaign is very long. Foreign policy adviser Carter Page went to Moscow at the height of the campaign. Some people say that he met with high-ranking Russian officials there, but he denied this.


The man on the left in the picture below later became President Trump's national security affairs assistant. He sat next to Putin at a dinner held in Moscow in December 2015.

 

This awkward handshake scene was filmed by Russian television. The TV station also spent nearly $50,000 to ask Flynn for an interview, but Flynn did not declare the income.

  

Jeff Sessions, the current Attorney General, secretly met with the Russian ambassador to the United States at least three times during the campaign.


Jared Kushner, Trump's son-in-law, held two key meetings with senior Russian officials after the election. He did not report this either.

 

However, in the Trump "pass to Russia" incident, there is a name that is particularly eye-catching-Paul Manafort.

 

Paul Manafort has worked in Russia and Ukraine for many years, and his foreign clients are not ordinary people. In the past ten years, Manafort spent most of his time playing for the then pro-Russian Ukrainian President Yanukovych, and Yanukovych paid him at least $21 million.

 

It is said that during his stay in Ukraine, Manafort proposed a plan that would greatly benefit Putin to the highly powerful Russian oligarch Oleg Teripaska.


Oleg Teripaska is one of Putin's most important oligarchs. An Associated Press document shows that in 2005, Manafort sold Teripaska a series of services he could provide, one of which was to enhance Putin's image in Washington.


Both Manafort and Teripaska claimed that they never tried to promote or represent the interests of the Russian government. 

In 2014, Manafort's client, President Yanukovych, stepped down in a bloody riot. Two years later, Paul Manafort appeared in Washington and offered to play for Donald Trump for free. 

From April to August 2016, Paul Manafort served as Trump's campaign manager.

 

It was Roger Stone, a business partner he had worked with for many years that brought him into Trump's circle. 

According to Roger Stone, Manafort is willing to play for Trump for free because once he wins the election, he will have many opportunities to make money.

 

Let's sort out the relationship again. Manafort is a Washington lobbyist who has served for the President of Ukraine for 10 years. He has close ties with Putin, especially with the Russian oligarchs, who in turn have close ties with Putin. 

Such a person suddenly appeared at the door of Trump's presidential election team and offered to play for Trump for free. What else can you think of?

 

In August 2016, the media claimed that Manafort had undeclared illegal income while working in Ukraine, which Manafort denied. After that, he resigned from the Trump campaign. 

At this time, US intelligence agencies not only increased their vigilance against Russian interference in the election, but also noticed Trump's reaction to this.

 

On October 19, 2016, during a television debate on presidential candidates, Hillary Clinton said that Russia was behind the cyber attack and that the instigator was the highest leader of the Kremlin.

 

Trump’s response was: “She doesn’t know if this was done by Russia, China or others.” Hillary Clinton said:

“This is not what I said, but 17 intelligence agencies said it.” Tron Pu repeatedly said: "She doesn't know. Our country doesn't know."

 

The election results stunned the Democrats. Just before Trump entered the White House, as the outgoing president finally broke his face with Moscow, the Russian scandal began to take center stage.

 

In response to Russia's interference in the US presidential election, Obama announced on December 29, 2016 the expulsion of 35 Russian diplomats and a series of retaliatory sanctions. 

Afterwards, Russian Ambassador to the United States Sergey Kislyak received an important call. On the other end of the phone is Michael Flynn, who is about to be Trump’s national security assistant, who was once a guest of Putin.


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