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Manafort Claims Mueller Team Pushed Him Into Lying About President Trump

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The Russia collusion hoax has long been disproven, yet some still believe in this fiction.

Leftists and Democrats continue to cling to this lie even in the face of an ongoing special investigation to discover who perpetrated the fraud of the Russian collusion narrative between President Trump and Russian authorities.

According to the latest reports, Paul Manafort claims that he was pressured into making false statements about President Trump during the Mueller investigation…

The alleged coercion came from the Mueller team itself according to Manafort, but he chose not to give into the threats.

Here’s what he told Hannity in a recent segment:

The Post Millennial quotes Manafort:

“But as time went on and as the drum beat got louder and all of a sudden anonymous government sources started putting out stories, which I knew were fake, and got working with social media and the mainstream media to promote this concept that there was serious investigation going on with people around Donald Trump and particularly around, people like me and Roger Stone, I said ‘how do I combat this?’ 

I felt like I was in the middle of a tsunami and there was no way my voice was going to be heard against all of this onslaught of misinformation.”

 

Conservative Brief had more on Manafort’s upcoming book:

Manafort has a book set to hit store shelves in August and his publisher, Skyhorse Publishing, has defended him.

“Not only is it untrue that Victor Yanukovych or any of Paul’s clients were ‘pro-Putin,’ it is the opposite of the truth,” the company said.

“Paul’s work in Ukraine and throughout his career was 100 percent aligned with US interests in the countries he worked in, sometimes even acting as a backchannel for the White House itself,” it said.





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