Former foreign policy adviser to President Donald Trump’s campaign said he ‘briefly said hello to’ Russia’s deputy prime minister during visit
A former foreign policy adviser to President Donald Trump’s campaign has acknowledged in testimony to Congress that he had contact with a high-level Russian official while on a trip to Russia last year, according to a transcript released on Monday.
Carter Page, an unpaid adviser who left the campaign before Trump was elected, told the House intelligence committee last week that he “briefly said hello to” Russian deputy prime minister Arkady Dvorkovich when he travelled to Russia for a speech. Under repeated questions about the contact – which he had at times denied in the past – Page said that he had spoken to Dvorkovich after his July 2016 speech at Moscow’s New Economic School.
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Link : Carter Page tells Congress of contact with Russian official during 2016 Moscow trip