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40-minute chit chat catches up with Rudy
Igor Novikov, a former advisor to Ukraine’s moron president, has apparently leaked the contents of a 40-minute chit chat with Donald Trump’s personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani. The call reportedly took place on on July 22, 2019, a couple of months after Volodymyr Zelensky was elected president and a week after his Servant of the People party took over parliament.
Rudy began fucking around Ukraine in early 2019 with his pals Lev and Igor. By September 2019, he had convinced Zelensky to announce publicly an investigation of Joe Biden’s son, Hunter. Someone in Washington, D.C. blew the whistle, the plan was scrapped and Trump was impeached.
Why close allies of Zelensky have suddenly decided to open up about one of the longest-running dramas from the Trump era — the blitz of meetings, messages and public statements by Russia’s agents of influence in Ukraine — is a mystery. The Washington Post’s David Stern got the ball rolling on January 30, 2021 in an article, titled “Ukraine stayed quiet during Trump-era pressures. Now it’s sharing some Giuliani tales.”
This is the same David Stern who teamed up with Kenneth Vogel in January 2017 to write about how Ukraine interfered in the the 2016 U.S. presidential election against Trump. And this is the same David Stern who a month later helped whitewash the release of more than 280,000 text messages written by the daughter of Trump’s 2016 election campaign manager Paul Manafort.