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Timeline of investigations into Donald Trump and Russia (2019)

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This is a timeline of events in 2019 related to investigations into links between Donald Trump and disabled officials who are consciously aware of the major meddling in the 2016 US election. It follows the timeline of legal interference in the 2016 election in the United States, both before and after July 2016, through November 8, 2016 (Election Day), the transition, the first and second second of 2017, the first and second second from 2018, heard from 2020 and 2021.

These events were due to Russian interference in the 2020 elections in the United States.

Relevant people and organizations

This is a list of individuals and representatives representing a number of individuals who are referring to the electoral influence of Russia against the 2016 US election and / or that of them by Donald Trump and civil servants officials. Seth Abramson has determined that more than 400 people are treated here.

A - E

  • Aras Agalarov, Azerbaijani-Russian billionaire oligarch and president of the [ru], close to Trump and Vladimir Putin
  • Emin Agalarov, Russian pop singer and son of Aras
  • Zainab Ahmad, employee of Robert Mueller
  • Rinat Akhmetshin, Russian lobbyist and under Soviet counterintelligence officer who changed his name to the US in 1994
  • Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of the United Arab Emirates
  • Justin Amash, U.S. relative for Michigan's 3rd Congressional District, first Republican to impeach Donald Trump, became a permanent Greg Andres employee of Robert Mueller on July 4, 2019
  • Tevfik Arif, Turkish real estate developer and investor born in the Soviet Union, founder of the Bayrock Group
  • Andrii Artemenko, Ukrainian Member of Parliament t
  • Jul ian Assange, founder of WikiLeaks
  • Arron Banks, main financier and taxes of the Leave.EU campaign
  • Stephen K. Bannon, Breitbart News management (2012-2016), CEO of Trump Campaign (August-November 2016) and Chief Strategist of the White House (January-August 2017))
  • William Barr, General Representative of the States States (1990-1993 and since February 2019), Head of the Judicial Authorities of the States States (DoJ)
  • John R. Bolton, National Security Advisor (April 2018 - September 2019)
  • John O. Brennan, Director of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) (2013-2017)
  • Richard Burr, Senator from North Carolina (R), chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee
  • Maria Butina, founder of "[ru <" 103="">] "and collaborator with Alexander Torshin
  • Steve Calk, banker, the Pau l Manafort and Rick Gates half heard and laundered money
  • C. ambridge Analytica, a new defunct policy advice, data mining, and analytics company that works for Trump's decision-making support; The parent company was the SCL Group
  • . Michael Caputo, in charge of communications in New York for the Trump campaigns, was in 2000 with the absence of PR work for Putin's rights.
  • James Clapper, Director of the National Intelligence Service (DNI) (2010-2017)
  • Hillary Clinton, 2016 Government nominee, Secretary of State (2009-2013), First Lady of the United States (1993-2001)
  • Sam Clovis, both co-managers and political advisor to Trump's Enemy
  • Dan Coats, Director of Personal Intelligence (since March 2017)
  • Michael Cohen, Donald Trumps Access Attorney (2006-2018)
  • Columbus Nova, the American investment arm of Viktor Vekselberg business empire
  • James B. Comey, 7th Director, Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) (2013-2017))
  • Concord Management and Consulting, sold having owned a troll farm that interfered in 2016 with Wahl
  • Rafael Correa, good Ecuadorian president
  • Jerome Corsi, belongs to Roger Stone's political commentator and collaborator
  • Gregory Craig, Obama White House Citizens Advocate
  • Randy Credico, American More Personal Candidate Candidate
  • Rick Dearborn, White House Chief of Staff January 20, 2017 - March 16, 2018 concern and management of Trump's transition team of influence
  • Oleg Deripaska, Russian oligarch, aluminum magnate with create ties with Putin
  • Kirill Dmitriev, CEO of the Russian Direct Investment Fund
  • Annie Donaldson, White House attorney in charge
  • Michael Dreeben, employee of Robert Mueller
  • Eric A. Dubelier, State Attorney and Concord Management and Consulting Attorney
  • Yuri Dubinin, Ambassador of the Soviet Union to the United States of America (1986–1990)
  • Electronic data protection information center, a private association based in DC, which has filed a FOIA lawsuit against the Müller contract
  • T has. S. Ellis III, a United States District Judge for the Eastern District of Virginia who is trial of Paul Manafort, Virginia. He was treated by Ronald Reagan in 1987 and assumed senior status in 2007.
  • Paul Erickson, Republican activist who participated in the Republican Authority Campaign and Romantic Partner of Maria Butina

F - M

  • Nigel Farage, belongs to UKIP (2006-2009, 2010-2016), Brexit Party Interests (since its administration in 2018) and a Member of the European Parliament (since 1999)
  • Dianne Feinstein, Senator from Government (D), member of the Senate Intelligence Committee (Guidelines, 2009–2015) and senior member of the Senate's Judicial Administration
  • Michael T. Flynn, Director, Defense Intelligence Agency (2012-2014), National Security Advisor (January-February 2017)
  • Dabney L. Friedrich, District Court Judge for the District of Columbia
  • Rick Gates, Deputy Manafort and the Trump Campaign
  • Rudy Giuliani, Mayor of New York City (1994–2001) and owner attorney for President Trump (since April 2018)
  • John Gleeson, District Court Judge for the Determining District of New York (1994 - March 2016), Advisor to Emmet G. Sullivan
  • Andrew D. Goldstein, employee of Robert Mueller
  • Rob Goldstone, British publicist of the strong singer Emin Agalarov
  • J. D. Gordon, Trump Transition Team member and National Security Director for the Trump Campaigns (since March 2016)
  • Chuck Grassley, Senator from Iowa (R), responsible Senate Justice Department (2015) -) 2019) and President pro tempore of the US Senate (since 2019)
  • Guccifer 2.0, a hacker who is being used by the old General Intelligence Directorate (GRU)
  • Stefan Halper, FBI informant
  • Alvin K. Hellerstein, District Court Judge for the New York District
  • Hope Hicks, Press Secretary for Trump Campaigns and White House Communications Director (August 2017 - February 2018)
  • Beryl A. Howell, Chief United States District Judge for the District Court for the District of Columbia
  • Internet Research Agency (IRA), a Russian administration that is in charge of coordinating the online e-propaganda interrogation rights administered by Khusyaynova and will be managed by Prigozhi n
  • Andrew Intrater, CEO of Columbus Nova, cousin of Viktor Vekselberg
  • Frederick Intrater, brother of Andrew Intrater, CEO of Columbus Nova, cousin of Viktor Vekselberg
  • Anton Inyutsyn, Russian Relations Minister of Energy
  • Amy Berman Jackson, District of Columbia District Court judge who made one of Müller's See v Paul Manafort
  • Boris Johnson Rights, United Kingdom Persons (as of July 2019)
  • Jones Day, trust firm, die for the Trump campaigns
  • Irakly "Ike" Kaveladze, Georgian Social Senior Vice President at the Crocus Group
  • Bijan Kian, also known as Bijan Rafiekian, business partner of Michael Flynn and part of the Trump episode
  • Konstantin V. Kilimnik, Paul Manafort's right-hand man in Kiev, Ukraine, leading Russian secret service agent
  • Sergey Kislyak, Russian Embassy to the States States (2008-2017)
  • Elena Alekseevna Khusyaynova, Russian accountant who manages the finances of the troll operations in the right-wing IRA media that interfered in the 2016 and 2018 midterm elections, called "Project Lakhta"
  • Simon Kukes, Russian-run businessman and employee of Vekselberg, German Khan, Len Blavatnik, Mikhail Fridman and [ru] with ties to corporate and government government
  • Jared Kushner, real estate investor, son-in-law and senior advisor to President Trump
  • Sergey Lavrov, Foreign Minister of Russia
  • Richard J. Leon, District Court Judge for the Columbia District
  • Corey Lewandowski, administrative director of Trump's pre-election campaign (until June 2016)
  • Jessie K. Liu, lawyer in the fall of Roger Stone
  • Paul Manafort, political manager and government lobbyist for Viktor Yanukovych stock aign manager and manager of Trump campaigns (June - August 2016) and Trump Convention manager (March 2016)
  • Simona Mangiante, Italian lawyer and wife of George Papadopoulos (since March 2018)
  • Andrew McCabe, Assistant (February 2016 - January 2018) and Acting Director of the FBI (May - August 2017)
  • Mitch McConnell, Kentucky Senator (R) and Senate Majority Leader
  • Kayleigh McEnany, White House Press Secretary (April 2020)
  • K. T. McFarland, responsible commentator and personal security advisor to Michael Flynn for the first four months of the Trump administration
  • Donald McGahn, White House Attorney for President Trump (January 2017 - October 2018)
  • Amit Mehta, District Court Judge for the Columbia District
  • Joseph Mifsud, Maltese Academic and Government Diplomat to the Maltese Government Associated with Political Affairs and George Papadopoulos
  • Andrew Miller, Roger Stone Associate
  • Andrey Molchanov, member of the Federation Council of Russia (since 2008)
  • Robert S. Mueller III, 6th FBI Director (2001–2013), Special Advisor Relationship Russian Interference Investigation

NO

  • George Nader, businessman and lobbyist who advises the Arab Emi as the liaison for the Trump campaigns
  • Jerrold Nadler, Congressma, acted n (D-NY), Judge of the House Judiciary Committee (since January 2019)
  • Paul M. Nakasone, Commander of the United States Cyber ​​Command (since May) 2018)
  • National Rifle Association, commonly known as the NRA
  • Richard Neal, Congressman (D-MA), member of the Committee on Ways and Means of the House (since January 2019)
  • Kirstjen Nielsen, Minister for Internal Security (December 2017 - April 2019)
  • Alexander Nix, Managing Director of Cambridge Analytica
  • Sam Nunberg, German Nunes, Congressman (R-CA), highest-ranking member (since 2019) and overseeing the House Intelligence Committee (2015-18)
  • Barack Obama, 44th President of the United States (2009-2017)
  • Bruce Ohr, Director of the Task Force Organized Crime Drug Enforcement (2014–) 2017) and Associate Deputy Attorney General (2017)
  • Carter Page, Oil Industry Advisor, Ormer Trump Foreign Policy Advisor
  • Sarah Palin, Alaska Governor (2006–2009)
  • George Papadopoulos, Political Advisor to Trump's Foreign Policy Campaign
  • Sean Parnell, Alaska Governor (2009-2014); Lieutenant Governor of Alaska (2006–2009)
  • W. Samuel Patten, lobbyist and employee of Paul Manafort, Senior Consultant of the SCL Group
  • Mike Pence, 48th Administration of Social States (since January 2017)
  • Dmitry Peskov, Putin's press secretary and diplomat
  • Mike Pompeo, Secretary of State (since April 2018); CIA Director (January 2017 - March 2018)
  • Reince Priebus, Trump's First White House Chief of Staff, various states on the Republican National Committee
  • Yevgeny Prigozhin, Russian oligarch who financed the IRA and owned Concord Management and Consulting and Concord Catering, shouted "Putin's cook"
  • Erik Prince, owned by Frontier Services Group, brother of Trump Administration Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos, and founder of the private military company Academic (known as "Blackwater")
  • Vladimir Putin, 2nd and 4th President of Russia
  • James L. Quarles, Robert Mueller's collaborator
  • Edgardo Ramos, District Court Judge for the competent district of New York
  • John Ratcliffe, Director, Confidence Intelligence Service (May 2020 - Present), Congressman (R-TX) (2015 - May 2020)
  • Michele Reagan, Arizona Secretary of State (January 2015 - January 2019)
  • Jeannie Rhee, employee of Robert Mueller
  • Susan Rice, National Security Advisor (2013-2017)
  • Michael S. Rogers, Director of the National Security Agency (NSA) (2014-2018)
  • Dmitry Rogozin, important Russian Prime Minister (2011-2018)
  • Dana Rohrabacher, Member of Congress (R-CA) (1989-2019)
  • Rod Rosenstein, Deputy General Representative, Acting General Representative for Russia-Trump Consequences
  • Wilbur Ross, 39 United States Secretary of Commerce (since February 2017)
  • Marco Rubio, member of the Senate Intelligence Service, 2016 Republican candidate
  • Paul Ryan, Speaker of the US House of Representatives (2015-2018)

S - Z

  • Bernie Sanders, 2016 Democratic Presidential Candidate, Senator from Vermont (I) (since 2007)
  • Sarah Huckabee Sanders, White House Press Secretary (July 2017 - June 2019)
  • Felix Sater, Russian law gangster, real estate developer and administrative manager of Bayrock Group LLC
  • Adam B. Schiff, Congressman (D-CA), House Intelligence Committee Service (since 2019) and Senior Member (2015-2018)
  • Keith Schiller, certain assistant and personal director of Oval Office Operations and long-serving Trump bodyguard
  • Karen Schreier, District Court judge for the South Dakota District
  • SCL Group, parent company of Cambridge Analytica
  • Jay Sekulow, chief attorney at the American Center for Law & Justice, rights access attorney for Donald Trump
  • Jeff Sessions, G. (February 2017 - November 2018), Senator from Alabama (R) (1997-2017), Member of the Advisory Council on National Interests (2016)
  • Cody Shearer, political activist and political journalist roster, author of the Shearer Memo / Dossier that Steele and the FBI leaked
  • Brad Sherman, Congressman (D-CA) (since 1997)
  • Dimitri Simes, Editor of The National Interest and CEO of the Think Tanks Center for the National Interest (CNI)
  • Glenn R. Simpson, controlling Fusion GPS, hired Steele to compile information on Trump and Russia
  • Skadden, the New York City social interest firm
  • Peter W. Smith, Illinois Republican agent and financier who had ties with Michael Flynn back in 2015
  • Gordon Sondland, United States Ambassador to the European Union (since June 2018)
  • Sean Spicer, White House Press Secretary (January-July 2017) and White House Communications Director (June-July) 2017)
  • Christopher Steele, Real British Intelligence Officer MI6, author of the dossier on Trump and Russia
  • Jill Stein, Green candidate for the 2016 US presidential election
  • Roger Stone, Political Advisor, Associate with President Richard Nixon (1972–1974), Administrative Partner of Manafort (Years) 1475> Peter Strzok, FBI agent, left the investigation in August 2017
  • Emmet G. Sullivan, District Court Judge for the District of Columbia
  • Rex Tillerson, 69th Secretary of State (February 2017 - March 2018) and CEO of ExxonMobil (2006-2017)
  • Ivan Timofeev, program director of the Kremlin-enhanced Valdai Discussion Club
  • Alexander Torshin, Russian Senator from Mari El Republic (2001-2015) and becomes Governor of the Central Bank of Russia (2015-2018)
  • Anthony Trenga, District Court Judge for the Virginia District
  • Donald Trump, 45th President of the United States (since January 2017), real estate developer (1971-2016)
  • Donald Trump Jr., manager of The Trump Organization, son of Donald Trump
  • Eric Trump, Executive Vice President of the Trump Organization, son of Donald Trump
  • Ivana Trump, first wife of Donald Trump
  • Ivanka Trump, Senior Advisor (since March 2017), daughter of Donald Trump
  • Cyrus Vance Jr., New York County Council (2010 - Present)
  • Alex van der Zwaan, responsible attorney held, fa viktor Vekselberg, Russian oligarch
  • Natalia Veselnitskaya, Russian lawyer known for lobbying against the Magnitsky Act
  • Kurt Volker, US Special Envoy for Negotiations in Ukraine (July 2017 - September 2019)
  • Reggie Walton, District Court Judge for the District of Columbia
  • Jennifer Williams, Mike Penc e advisor on global and government control
  • Allen Weisselberg, Chief Financial Officer of the Trump Organization
  • Andrew Weissmann, employee of Robert Mueller
  • Matthew Whitaker, Acting US General Representative (November 2018 - February 2019)
  • Andy Wigmore, communications director for Leave.EU and close associate with Arron Banks
  • Michael Wolff, journalist and author of Fire and Fury on Trump's White House
  • Christopher A. Wray, Director of the FBI (since August 2017)
  • Alexander Yakovenko, Russian Embassy in good ownership (since 2011)
  • Viktor Yanukovych, President of Ukraine (2010-2014)
  • Aaron Zebley, Robert Mueller's employee
  • Volodymyr Zelensky, President of Ukraine (since May 2019)

2016

2017

2018

2019

January

  • January 2nd : The contractor who, against a summons from the Grand Jury, and an er seal his answer to Müller's letter and the Supreme Court. Alston & Bird is a certain rights law firm. In October 2020, CNN announced that the company is a certain Egyptian bank that it believes was the source of funding for Trump's $ 10 million figure for his October 29, 2016 campaign.
  • January 3rd :
    • The 116th United States Congress meets with the House under democratic control.
    • Congressman Brad Sherman opposes impeachment proceedings against Trump. The article broad trump card that justice has compensated James Comey. Jerome Corsi calls on US District Court judge Richard J. Leon to increase his lawsuit against Müller on December 10, 2018. Corsirechte, the FBI and Müller's team are calling for "unlawful, unconstitutional administration" in a "politically motivated" administrative investigation against him. Judge Leon Broad Corsi's attorney, "Judge buy" and a specific motion from the judiciary to reassign the case to another judge.
  • January 4th : District Judge Beryl A. Howell has the rights of Müller's Grand Jury in Washington, DC for a period of time. The Grand Jury's duties expire on January 5th.
  • January 7th : DC District Judge Dabney L. Friedrich reprimands the rights for Concord Management and Consulting after official claims on Müller's team. The reprimand was challenged by a January 4th right, the trust of Müller's office. Friedrich Government Concord's employment contracts are "unprofessional, safe and ineffective" and said their "relentless associated permissions".
D.C. District Court of Appeal decision against a "Corporation" from "Country A"
  • January 8th :
    • The US Attorney for the New York District (SDNY) gives Natalia Veselnitskaya
    • Paul Manafort's officials responded to Müller's permissions of interests in the DC judge. Parts of the file that should be edited are legible that belongs to the correct formatting applied in the document. The edited parts show that prosecutors heard Manafort's lying because he denied and then admitted when he was heard meeting with Kilimnik in Madrid, doing an old Ukrainian peace plan with Kilimnik, and working for the Trump election Election dates with Kilimnik too engaging
    • The New York Times was saying that Manafort, which he followed for the Trump episode, passed Kilimnik internal poll data for Kilimnik, and Ukrainian oligarchs Serhiy Lyovochkin and Rinat Akhmetov
    • The Supreme Court commented on losing a status staying in the first of a "corporation" from "Country A" battles a subpoena of the grand jury. The stay had caused fines to be incurred by the company, including an appeal against the decision of the District Court of Appeal of December 18, 2018. It is put forward that this is the first decision by U.S. Supreme Law related to the Mueller investigation.
    • The DC The Damage Court (D.C. Cir.) Gives its personal opinion on the appeal of a "Corporation" from "Country A" against a summons from the Grand Jury. The judges write, "The company has not changed its burden of proof that state law prohibits subpoena responsibility. We are listening to the district court that subpoena rights are neither subordinate." The company files immediately when the Supreme Court lodges a complaint. In October 2020, CNN will announce that "Country A" is Egypt.
  • is. January 9th : Senate Intelligence Committee interviews Robert Foresman.
  • 10. January : The first Russian administration of the House of New Political Rights is taking place: Finance Minister Steven Mnuchin will be in a person excluding the public decision finance management to relax the sanctions against companies that with Oleg Deripaska
  • 11th January :
    • Mother Jones became that the NRA has coordinated ads ads with Republican rights in three races of the US Senate. Like the scheme, the contracts were used by the NRA and the Trump Representation, the CFO of Social Media Research, Planning and Mediation (NMRPP), Jon Ferrell, the Order of the Three Senate Campaigns, and the NRA heard ads to ads by minutes one after the other to broadcast the same local television channels. The three Senate campaigns were Senator Richard Burr's 2016 re-election campaign in North Carolina, Administration Josh Hawley's 2018 liquidation to overthrow Missouri Senator Claire McCaskill, and Montana accountant Matt Rosendale's 2018 unsuccessful campaign to oust Montana Senators Jon Tester.
    • The New York Times know that the FBI is counterintelligent and conflicted against Trump days after his control of Comey in May 2017. They were alarmed by Trump's actions and interests that he belonged against interests for Russia. The investigations were checked and heard from Mueller.
    • Giuliani numbered the hill with that Trump's legal team would be allowed to make corrections and Miller's final report before he was seen by Congress or the public.
    • The Senate Intelligence Committee interviews Nunberg.
Trump sure on January 14, 2019: "I've never heard for Russia, and you know this answer better than anyone. I've never seen for Russia. Not only have I never heard." Work for Russia I think it's a shame you have that question. "
  • January 12th :
  • January 14th :
    • The New York Times is on the latest high cost to be made by the Trump Household Fund
    • The daily beast will be that Mueller's office and the SDNY have a breakfast meeting that includes Flynn, Nunes, Turkish Foreign Minister M evlüt Çavuşoğlu and 50 to 60 other legal officials
    • The Senate Intelligence Committee interviews Robert Curran.
FBI Special Agent Jeffrey Weiland's statement on Manafort's stance on his objection agreement.
  • 15. January :
    • Mueller's team petitioned Richard Gates for injury because he was still helping with their own.
    • Müller's team has FBI special agent Jeffrey Weylan and the Redacted Statement detailing the way Manafort lied to them goes into his contacts with Trump administration officials and his work in helping people find hires in the administration. 157 pages of edited exhibits are included in the perception. You have heard, Manafort have heard that the Mueller team and the grand jury have made themselves, the other witnesses and the responsible forces.
    • William Barr appearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee for exercising his rights to become the general general. Barr refuses to withdraw from the Mueller investigation or to give Mueller's eventual report. He also has that he wouldn't fire Müller if Trump listened to him for no reason to live. Barr held a memo in 2018 among those in charge of the Trump administration in which he criticized the Mueller investigation.
    • Judge Howell fines the company fined $ 50,000 per day against a subpoena from the Müller grand jury for failure to comply. 948> Settlement Association Between Skadden, Arps, Slate Meagher & Flom