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Citing “US officials,” CNN reported that the bureau has gathered information suggesting coordination between Trump campaign officials and suspected Russian operatives.Each day seems to bring a new revelation—and a new Trump administration denial or deflection.According to Trump’s spokesman, the real estate mogul had a lengthy discussion with the Soviet president about economics and hotels.January 1989: For 0,000, Trump signs a group of Soviet cyclists for the Albany-to-Atlantic City road race, dubbed the Tour de Trump, that will take place that May.Deripaska later calls the AP story a “malicious…lie” and says, “I have never made any commitments or contacts with the obligation or purpose to covertly promote or advance ‘Putin’s Government’ interests anywhere in the world.” September 19: Sater and the former Soviet official who founded Bayrock, Tevfik Arif, stand next to Trump at the launch party for Trump So Ho, a hotel-condominium project co-financed by Bayrock.November 22: Trump Vodka debuts in Russia, at the Moscow Millionaire’s Fair.It’s tough to keep track of all the relevant events, pertinent ties, key statements, and unraveling claims.So we’ve compiled what we know so far into the timeline below, which covers Trump’s 30-year history with Russia.
– The Democratic members of the House Judiciary Committee write to Attorney General Jeff Sessions requesting information about the Justice Department’s decision to settle , a money laundering case targeting a Cyprus-based entity owned by a Russian businessman.
Also present at the event is Russian diplomat Vitaly Churkin, later the Russian ambassador to the United Nations.
(Churkin died in February 2017 at 64.) January 1987: Intourist, the Soviet agency for international tourism, expresses interest in meeting with Trump.
Trump works on the projects with Bayrock managing partner Felix Sater, a Russian American businessman.
The will later publish a story revealing Sater’s criminal record, which includes charges of racketeering and assault.December 7, 1988: Trump welcomes the wrong Gorbachev to New York—shaking hands with a renowned Gorbachev impersonator outside his hotel.