US Intelligence Warns Trump On Russian Blackmail

By Cresswell McCoy Jan 11, 2017 02:35 PM EST
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President-elect Donald Trump looks on as French businessman Bernard Arnault, chief executive officer of LVMH, speak to reporters at Trump Tower, January 9, 2017 in New York City. President-elect Donald Trump and his transition team are in the process of filling cabinet and other high level positions for the new administration.

The news about Russia having information on Donald Trump has been circulating for long time. The US Intelligence agencies had warned the president-elect earlier about the claims and the potential for Russian operatives to blackmail him involving "perverted sexual acts."

Last week in a meeting with the FBI, CIA and National Security Agency a summary of the unconfirmed records was presented to the President Barrack Obama and Trump. The allegations were about Trump's trip to the Russian capital in 2013.

Apparently Trump made Russian prostitutes defile a Ritz-Carlton bed, which was previously used by president Obama and first Lady Michelle Obama on their previous occasion. As stated on Daily News the incident has been captured on surveillance cameras.

The fact that Trump travelled to Russia in 2013 cannot be denied, as he hosted the Miss Universe pageant there and Barrack Obama and Michelle Obama travelled to Moscow in 2009.

Later on Trump along with the Vice President-elect Mike Pence criticized and tweeted a link on Twitter about the story that was published by BuzzFeed. Trump said that BuzzFeed runs Unverifiable Trump - Russia claims.

According to Tuipad, the allegations in the BuzzFeed document are unconfirmed, but the 35 page report says that the presidential suit in the Ritz Carlton hotel was bugged by the FSB intelligence agency. It also states that Trump participated in sex parties in St. Petersburg and the witnesses were bribed to remain silent.

As for Trump coordinating with Russia during his political campaign is still unconfirmed, the report further says that Russian officials along with the approval of the president have been 'cultivating' Trump for five years.

Earlier there was news about the US Intelligence investigating a meeting between Page and Igor Sechin, the head of the Russian oil company Rosneft. Nothing is known for sure but the US Intelligence has warned Trump about this issue earlier. 

 

 

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