We have a new lawsuit investigating an important issue that is easily overlooked in the Russia collusion debate.
- All records regarding Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak’s attendance at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland in July 2016. Such records include, but are not limited to, communications between the State Department and the Russian Embassy regarding arrangements for Kislyak’s attendance, such as an invitation to attend, and records of the Diplomatic Security Service relating to Kislyak’s travel to and attendance.
The Obama-era State Department funded and made arrangements for foreign ambassadors to attend the RNC convention. Sessions was a Trump campaign adviser when he reportedly met with Kislyak at the convention.
Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation has sought details into the Sessions-Kislyak conversations, Reuters reported on March 29, 2018.
Kislyak has reportedly suggested that he also attended the 2016 Democratic National Convention, but an official from the DNC said, “the group could not release the list of attendees due to security concerns, but could find no indication Kislyak attended. No one remembered seeing him there.”
We are trying to determine the Obama administration’s role in getting the Russian ambassador to the RNC convention. The Deep State would have it appear that the Trump campaign colluded with the Russians to have the Russia ambassador visit the RNC convention, when the fact seems to be that the Obama State Department was behind his attendance.
Attorney General Sessions’ communications with the Russia Ambassador have been the subject of controversial unmasking and illegal leaks, so this new federal lawsuit may provide essential information.