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81 names on the Democratic Trump Test of Democrats

Jerrold Nadler (D-N.Y.), President of the House Judiciary Committee, released 81 documents on Monday to 81 individuals and organizations as part of the overall review. President TrumpDonald John TrumpRand Paul: The Supreme Court is likely to beat Trump's emergency statement Pompeo refuses to say that Kim knew Warmbier's ill-treatment Trump points to Dems because of the failure of the North Korean summit MORECampaign, business and administration.

The study will focus on three key areas: Nadler said: Judicial impediment, public corruption and abuse of power.

Here's a look at any person or group that Nadler has provided with document requests.

1. Alan Garten

Garten is Trump's legal advisor.

2. Alexander Nix

Nix had previously been the head of Cambridge Analytica, a data collection company that worked in the Trump campaign and later became a Facebook privacy scandal.

3. Allen Weisselberg

Weisselberg is Chief Financial Officer of Trump and has been working with the Trump family for decades. Michael Cohen identified him to legislators last week as a person who was aware of the inflation of President's wealth and of a system that silenced women who allegedly dealt with Trump.

4. American Media Inc. (AMI)

AMI is the publisher of the National Enquirer and has been accused of participating in the "catch and kill" program, which buys stories about the drum and burial at the funeral.

5. Anatoly Samochornov

Samochornov was a translator of Russian lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya at the 2016 Trump Tower meeting. Veselnitskaya promised Trump to provide harmful information to the former Secretary of State Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonOhio has left the GOP, a change at national level that Warner says "there is a huge amount of evidence" suggesting that the Blue States would like to avoid the Collegiate College when collecting Russia. before the meeting, but other participants – among them Donald Trump Jr.Donald (Don) John TrumpHouse Democrats, according to Trump Schiff's research, claim that collusion by the "Trump" campaign is already a "direct proof". he said that such information could not be shared.

6. Andrew Intrater

Intrater is Head of Investment at Columbus Nova and is in contact with Russian oligarch, Viktor Vekselberg. The New York Times reported that in 2017, Intrater signed a $ 1 million consultancy contract with Michael Cohen.

7. Annie Donaldson

Donaldson was the chief of the former White House Council Donald McGahnDonald (Don) F. McGahnDems reveals Kushner's security check. Cummings accuses that the White House from the trigger security probe Manafort would be unpunished, accused and condemned.who left the administration in October.

8. Brad Parscale

Parscale worked for Trump before joining the Presidential Presidential Campaign 2016 to oversee digital operations. Parscale is the campaign manager for the President's re-election proposal for 2020.

9. Brittany Kaiser

He was a former employee of Kaiser Cambridge Analytica and has been appointed to a special council this year Robert MuellerRobert Swan MuellerSasse: The United States should greatly appreciate Mueller's choice to lead Russia's probeExamination.

10. Cambridge Analytica

Last year, the data collection company dealt with the news stamps of millions of users on Facebook. The company worked for the Trump campaign and contacted Stephen Bannon, former White House chief.

11. Carter page

The site was a foreign policy advisor to the Trump campaign, and has exercised intensive control over its relations with Russia. The site is a foreign intelligence surveillance law that deals with keeping a conversation about concerns raised by Russian relations. Some married Republicans claimed that the Judiciary Department overwhelmed the Ministry of Justice's supervisory powers and proved the bias against Trump in the department.

12. Columbus Nova

The private equity company, led by Columbus Nova Andrew Intrater, is a cousin and business partner with the Russian oligarch, Viktor Vekselbergrel.

13. Concord management and consulting

The Russian advisory firm is one of several groups accused by Mueller of intervening in the 2016 presidential election and is accused of helping to finance the Russian trollfarm. The company is linked to the oligarch, Jevgeniy Viktorovich Prigozhin, whom Putin's cook is called Putin's proximity. Concord is the only Russian organization charged with Mueller in court.

14th Corey LewandowskiCorey R. LewandowskiLive coverage: Cohen clashes with the GOP against Trump claims Night energy: Zinke joins Trump-bound lobbying company | Senators highlight the threat of invasive species The best Republicans call for a Green New Deal vote at the Zinke House, Lewandowski joins the lobby company of Trump veterans.

Lewandowski Trump worked as a campaign manager until he was fired by June 2016.

15. David Pecker

Pecker is President of American Media Inc., publisher of National Enquirer. He was allegedly granted immunity from prosecutors for investigating payments to women who allegedly had cases with the President.

16. Ministry of Justice

Trump is under control because he has often criticized DOJ officials, including the former FBI Director James ComeyThe failure of James Brien ComeyForgetting Hanssen's scandal: the FBI saw the agent's case as a security risk, but little action was taken by the President of the House Judiciary: "It is very clear that Trump has hindered justice., former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabeAndrew George McCabeGOP rep: Cohen's Prague testimony "undermines this entire dossier" Forgotten the Hanssen scandal: the FBI saw the agent's affair as a security risk, but did little to fight McCabe, Russia and America's democracy. and former chief prosecutor Jeff SessionsJefferson (Jeff) Beauregard Sessions & # 39; SNL & # 39; shakes Trump's speech at CPAC: What the hell is that? Trump's Two-Hour CPAC Speech Trump Mocks Sessions First 9 Moments, Mimics Southern Accent in CPAC Speech MOREwho all supervised the Russian probe at one point. The firing of President Comey launched the appointment of a special adviser to Robert Mueller.

17. Donald McGahn

McGahn worked as an adviser to the White House until his departure in October. McGahn is said to have been interviewed for hours at the special advisory office and claim that he has convinced the president not to make Robert Mueller.

18. Donald J. Trump Revocable Trust

Confidence retains the president's business assets, apparently avoiding conflict of interest during his presidency. However, experts warn that trust makes little difference between Trump and the business realm.

19. Donald Trump Jr.

The president's oldest son was the executive vice president of the Trump Organization and the Russian lawyer, who promised his father's opponent, Hillary's promising information, in the summer of 2016 and subsequent coverage. Clinton.

20. Dylan Howard

Howard is Chief Content Officer of American Media Inc. Michael Cohen testified that Howard was informed about the "catch and killing" efforts on presidents' stories.

21st Eric TrumpEric Frederick TrumpCNN's 2016 video shows that Cohen said he'd like to come to Washington with Trump Rudy Giuliani: "Cohen's culprit in his own work proves:" Trump rop Cohen in the tweetstorm: "not seen commitment ”before MORE

Eric Trump is the son of the president and executive vice president of Trump Organization, largely overseeing the family business during his father's presidency.

22. Erik Prince

The former Blackwater head stuck in the eyes of investigators at a meeting between Donald Trump Jr. and the Gulf Delegation in August 2016, the first non-Russia country to seek to influence the presidential election. Prince, whose sister is an educational secretary Betsy DeVosElizabeth (Betsy) Dee DeVosCory Booker's career shows that school choice is a matter of civil rights, where most Democrats briefly raise DeVos proposals for school election scholarships.he said last year that he had fully cooperated with the Mueller probe.

23. Federal Bureau of Investigation

Trump has strongly criticized former FBI leaders, James Comey and Andrew McCabe. In May 2017, the President fired Comey, which brought up a special advisor. For the first time, the Bureau started the possible Russian interventions in the 2016 elections

24. Felix Sater

Sater of Russian businessman in negotiations focus on Trump Tower during Moscow experiment. Sater worked with Michael Cohen on a real estate project that never came up. Later in the month, the House Intelligence will be heard before the Committee.

25. Flynn Intel Group

Flynn Intel Group is a lobby organization established by former national security advisor Michael Flynn. Since then, pensioners and other partners in the group have been involved in illegal lobbying activities in Turkey.

26. Administration of General Services

The federal agency was condemned in an internal monitoring report last month, stating that it did not appropriately evaluate the constitutional consequences that enabled the Trump family to follow the old D.C.

27. George Nader

Nader is a Lebanese-American businessman who advises the United Arab Emirates Crown Prince. The special advisory office reported that Nader influenced Trump's administrative policy.

28th George PapadopoulosGeorge Demetrios PapadopoulosMichael Cohen's False Problem: Witnesses refuse to testify that they do not want the White House to work Matt Schlapp says Trump has picked up some "stinkers" in the past Memo: The Mueller report doesn't close Trump's legal trouble.

The former Trump campaign was first put into the national spotlight when it was found guilty to FBI agents as part of the special advisor Robert Mueller test. Because of this crime, Papadopoulos disputed Trump's claim that it was essentially the "coffee boy" in the campaign, saying it had consulted foreign policy.

29th Hope HicksHope Charlotte HicksWhite House spokesperson joining Hillicon Valley PR: Intel Intel panel releases Russian interviews | T-Mobile, Sprint Increases Concentration Pressure | DHS cyber office keeping webinars in China | The nest warns customers to gain password security

Hicks worked as a spokesperson for the Trump campaign in 2016 and joined the White House as Communications Director. He left the administration in February 2018.

30. Irakly Kaveladze

Kaveladze is a Russian developer associate of Aras Agalarov, and was one of the 2016 Trump Tower meetings, where a Russian lawyer promised Trump to provide harmful information about Hillary Clinton.

31st Jared KushnerJared Corey KushnerTop Senate Dem: Kushner Security Check "Disturbs Me Great" The note: Trump World faces the sea of ​​troubles Dems ramps Kushner's security check.

Kushner is married to Trump's daughter Ivanka and the president's senior advisor. He was investigating security concerns during the administration. The New York Times reported that last year, the President ordered Kushner to receive a top secret service against the concerns of intelligence officers.

32. Jason Pleased

Maloni's spokesman worked Paul ManafortPaul John ManafortSchiff claims that the Trump campaign is already a "direct proof" of collusion. Michael Cohen has shown us why Robert Mueller's Revenge of Rod Rosenstein is MORE, former President of the Trump Campaign, convicted of bank and tax fraud during the Mueller investigation.

33. Jay Sekulow

Sekulow is one of Trump's personal attorneys who represents the president in a special advisory study.

34. Jeff Sessions

The meetings were attended by lawyers until the resignation in November. During the 2016 campaign, she had hesitated to supervise her special advisers' inquiries, as she had previously been unaware of contact with a Russian official, calling for the President's desperate criticism.

35. Jerome Corsi

Corsi, a conspiracy scholar known for promoting the unfounded Obama birther theory, landed at the detective junction with the messages they exchanged Roger StoneRoger Jason StoneCohen puts a new emphasis on WikiLeaks Trump accuses the demon "bullfighting" singing "Lock her up" in the CPAC with increasing control, with Trump's joke in Russia, Clinton's emails about WikiLeaks' forthcoming hacked Democratic e-mails during the 2016 campaign. Last year, Mueller's team received draft court documents, arguing that it had made a false statement to the investigators, but since then he has said he no longer believes he is accusing.

36. John in the Statue

In the room, he was an associate of late Peter Smith, who was the GOP operator who wanted to track down missing Hillary Clinton emails from Russian hackers.

37. Julian Assange

Prior to the 2016 presidential election, the infamous WikiLeaks founder was at the forefront of the organization's investigations into the release of democratic emails. But Assange may already present the closed charges against them after a court in a separate case has mistakenly named him.

38. Julian Wheatland

Wheatland was appointed as Chief Executive Officer of Cambridge Analytica in April after the Wall Street Journal reported a data protection scandal that hit the data supply.

39. Keith Davidson

Davidson's lawyer was both Stormy Daniels and former Playboy for Karen McDougal. It has entered into agreements between women and American Media Inc. as part of "catch and kill" systems to silence their allegations of Trump affairs.

40. K.T. McFarland

McFarland was a deputy to the former national security adviser Michael Flynn. He came before his testimony after the fire, when the Senate claimed that he "did not know" that Flynn had been in contact with the Russians during the transition, contrary to the e-mails exchanged during that time. He also interviewed Mueller, but changed his statement after the controversial bills appeared.

41st Mark CoralloMark CoralloNote: The Capitol Hill with Cohen for Fireworks Memo: The Trump's Allies are annoyed as legitimate troubles multiply Trump faces growing pressure on three fronts.

Corallo had previously worked as a spokesperson for Trump's legal team, who reported that the Special Adviser testifies that the administration is trying to explain to a Russian lawyer a Trump Tower summer meeting.

42. Matt Tait

Tait is a U.K-based security advisor who claimed that late GOP operator Peter Smith tried to pick him up to find Hillary Clinton's missing emails.

43. Matthew Calamari

Calamari is Executive Vice President of Trump. Previously, Trump worked as a bodyguard.

44. Michael Caputo

Caputo worked as a communications consultant in the Trump campaign and spoke with a specialist advisor Robert Mueller.

45. Michael Cohen

For about a decade, Cohen worked as Trump's personal attorney and "fixer." According to House lawmakers, the president was potentially involved in a crime, including a violation of banking fraud and campaign finance. Cohen is facing three years' imprisonment for a number of accusations last year.

46. ​​Michael Flynn

Flynn served as a brief trick to Trump's national security advisor, but plays a central role in the administration's investigation. In February 2017, Trump said that Flynnet had flooded the vice president, but later he rattled that the FBI was lying to retirees and asked whether the president had hindered the truth. Flynn pleaded guilty to the FBI's relationship with the Russian official and admitted that he was lying about lobbying efforts in Turkey.

47. Michael Flynn Jr.

Flynn Jr., the son of the former national security adviser, played a short role in the Trump transition team, but was fired after promoting conspiracy theory.

48. Paul Erickson

Erickson is a conservative political operator and a friend of Maria Butina, who admitted that he was an agent of the Russian government last year. Butina's lawyers, Erickson, were identified as a person who helped him develop informal lines of communication with those who could influence the United States policy, leading to the 2016 elections.

49. Paul Manafort

Manafort was chairman of the Trump campaign in the months preceding the 2016 elections. Since then, he has been convicted in a special advisory study on bank fraud and tax fraud.

50. Peter Smith (Estate)

Smith, a GOP operator killed in suicide last year, has announced that he has raised thousands of dollars to try to obtain the e-mails stolen by Hillary Clinton before the 2016 elections. But investigators are probably most interested in the Wall Street Journal report that Smith contacted Michael Flynn before searching for Clinton's emails.

51. Randy Credico

Credico, a New York radio host, turned out to testify with congressional investigators after Roger Stone claimed Credico was a recurring channel for WikiLeaks. Credico has repeatedly denied the claim, saying that Julian Assange and the WikiLeaks e-mail group were unable to gain internal knowledge.

52nd Prince ReinceReinhold (Reince) Richard PriebusCNN's video from 2016 shows Cohen said he'd come to Washington with Trump. The Ex-White House Assistant says "Cartoon villain" Kellyanne Conway's malicious colleagues MORE

During the 2016 campaign, Priebus was chairman of the Republican National Committee and was the first boss of Trump. In summer 2017 he left the administration.

53. Rhona Graff

Graff Trump was a long-term secretary to Trump. Michael Cohen has repeatedly pointed out that he confirmed his testimony at his public hearing last week.

54. Rinat Akhmetsh

Akhmetshin, a former Soviet military officer, was one of the many Russians who participated in the Trump Tower with the Trump campaign officials during the 2016 elections. Last month, BuzzFeed News reported that it received half a million dollars in deposits from a Russian businessman during the meeting.

55. Rob Goldstone

Goldstone is a British publicist who created the 2016 Trump Tower meeting between campaign members and a Russian lawyer who promised Hillary Clinton.

56. Roger Stone

The self-described GOP political trick has been viewed by investigators for years, after Stone's statements during the presidential election in 2016, suggesting that he was previously aware of WikiLeaks' damaging democratic e-mails. Stone, who had been arrested earlier this month by Mueller and accused of false declarations to Congress, denied having been in direct contact with WikiLeaks, maintaining that he had a back channel for the group.

57. Ronald Lieberman

Lieberman is Executive Vice President of Trump. Michael Cohen testified that Lieberman was aware that the president had inflicted his wealth on an insurance company.

58. Sam Nunberg

Nunberg was a lawyer for the Trump campaign before being dismissed for breach of the confidentiality agreement. The Mueller team testified to having publicly announced that it would regret the request and meet congressional investigators. It is also known from Nunber that he has made false statements in the past.

59. SCL Group Limited

SCL Group Limited is the parent company of Cambridge Analytica, which is linked to the Trump campaign embedded in Facebook's privacy policy last year.

60th Sean SpicerSean Michael SpicerSpicer is helping Dems to listen to Cohen while Trump is abroad.

Spicer was the communications director of the Republican National Committee and worked as the party's main statist, leading to Trump's election. He continued for six months with the White House Press Secretary.

61. Sheri Dillon

Dillon worked as a tax attorney for the president. At the beginning of the month, legislators said that Dillon had given false information to government ethics officials for women who claimed Trump affairs.

62. Stefan Passantino

Passantino had previously overseen compliance with ethical rules at Trump White House. He has since announced that he has joined a private law firm headed by the former White House leader Reince Priebus.

63. Stephen Bannon

Bannon worked as CEO of the Trump Campaign, and the White House was a stratist. In summer 2017 he left the administration.

64. Ted Malloch

Malloch, an American businessman who said he played a minor role in the Trump campaign, claimed last year that the FBI had been detained at Boston Logan Airport and questioned Trump's participation in the campaign and his relationship with Roger Stone.

65. The White House

The White House press secretary, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, said on Monday that White House officials would review and respond to Nadler's request "at the right time."

66. Trump Campaign

The President's 2016 election offer was discussed in several studies and examined whether he had joined Russia to win the elections. Campaign data, including Paul Manafort, Donald Trump Jr. and Jared Kushner, questioned their role and what they observed during the campaign.

67. Trump Foundation

The President's private charity is already the subject of litigation with the State of New York, arguing that he participated in an "astonishing pattern of irregularities". The claims include Trump's use of the charity to illegally favor his campaign. privately owned Mar-a-Lago estate.

68. Trump organization

The President's private business issues are a democratic sticky point, some of whom suggest that Trump can use the Presidency for financial benefits. Trump handed over his company's responsibility to his adult sons, Eric Trump and Donald Trump Jr., but questions about the role of the Trump Organization before the elections, including the Trump Tower Moscow project talks.

69. Trump transition

The team supervising the transition of Trump is also faced with questions from researchers. Michael Flynn's relations with the Russians during the transition and Jared Kushner, who was alleged to have been the official who had instructed him, devoted widespread media attention.

70. Vekselberg Viktor

Vekselberg is a Russian billionaire bound to the Kremlin. US sanctions were targeted at last year's Russia's interference. He allegedly participated in Trump's inauguration and talked to the investigators of the special advisory team.

71. WikiLeaks

The known group on the distribution of classified materials is under the intensive control of the Congress and reported to the Federal Prosecutors. WikiLeaks has released sensitive Democratic e-mails in the two months before the 2016 presidential election. Mueller accused dozens of Russian military officials in the trap of the Democratic National Committee, the source of e-mails shared by the group.

72. 58th Presidential Opening Committee

The president's formation committee is allegedly being investigated for possible misuse of funds. Several lawyers have generally asked the organization to document how they raised and spent money.

73. Christopher Bancroft Burnham

Burnham is the head of Cambridge Global Capital and served in a temporary team at the State Department of Trump. He has recently been appointed to the Russian oligarchy firm of Oleg Deripaska, an independent director of EN +.

74. Border Service Group

Frontier Services Group is a private security and logistics company founded by Erik Prince, former Blackwater Manager.

75. J. Gordon

Gordon worked at the George W. Bush administration and was a national security advisor to the Trump campaign. He said he had exchanged messages with Maria Butina, who acknowledged the Russian agent last year.

76. Kushner Cos.

Kushner Cos is owned and operated by Jared Kushner, Senior Consultant at the White House.

77. The National Rifle Association

The NRA is under the control of the Democrats through its communication with the 2016 Trump campaign.

78. Richard Gates

Gates helped with the Trump campaign and Paul Manafort's business partner. Gates pleaded guilty to the FBI as part of the special counseling law, and later testified against Manafort.

79. Tom Barrack

Barrack was a long-term employee of Trump and was chairman of the presidential opening committee in 2016.

80. Tom Bossert

Bossert worked as Trump's highest internal security assistant when the administration took office until he resigned in April.

81. Tony Fabrizio

Fabrizio worked as a pollster in the 2016 Trump campaign and was formerly President of the Trump campaign, Paul Manafort. CNN reporters heard Mueller's team late at the end of last year.

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