The “Dodgy Trump Dossier” that was commissioned by a company for “parties unknown” in the run-up to the Presidential Election has had no major investigative leads. But what is known is that the Russian Lawyer who supposedly had information to give Donald Trump Jr. about Hilary Clinton (although the Lawyer denies this) did actually have connections to the company that made the “Dossier”.
The British company, Fusion GPS, assisted the lawyer, Natalia Veselnitskaya, in a case involving Russian money laundering in June 2016. GPS Fusion denies any knowledge of the meeting set up with Don Jr.
Veselnitskaya claims the meeting was arranged for her so she could criticize the Magnitsky Act (Russian Adoption Law), and that she had no idea it was supposed to be about Hillary Clinton. This whole thing is a Sting Operation set up to make the President look bad. The only remaining question is who set it up?
As reported in the Daily Caller:
The Russian lawyer who offered Donald Trump Jr. damaging information about former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton reportedly has ties to the opposition research firm that commissioned the dossier on President Donald Trump.
When the June 2016 meeting took place, Russian lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya was in New York to defend Prevezon, a Russian holding firm accused of laundering money for corrupt Russian businessmen. Veselnitskaya had been working on the case for years with assistance from Fusion GPS, the opposition research firm that compiled the Trump dossier.
The 2016 meeting at Trump Tower concluded after Trump Jr. realized Veselnitskaya had no information on Clinton and her true motivation was to gain an audience to voice her opposition to Russia sanctions.