Peter Schweizer talks to ABC News on why meetings between Jared Kushner and Russian bankers are relevant
GAI’s President discusses the problems Trump administration adviser Jared Kushner’s real estate portfolio poses for the White House
GAI’s President also discusses Hillary Clinton’s new non-profit and similarities it may have with the Clinton Foundation.
GAI’s President notes that an adviser to Hillary Clinton’s State Department was on the board of a company that received funding from the Russian government.
Rep. Louie Gohmert of Texas is calling for a congressional investigation of John Podesta’s role with Rusnano, a state-run company founded by Russian President Vladimir Putin. News of Podesta’s role with Russian companies was first reported by the Government Accountability Institute.
GAI’s Peter Schweizer joins Fox and Friends to detail the connections between former Obama official and Hillary Clinton campaign chair John Podesta and Russia’s version of Silicon Valley. GAI’s reporting on Podesta’s connections with Joule energy were validated by Wikileaks emails that showed Podesta’s efforts to conceal his ties to the Russian-backed entity.
“To encourage Americans to buy goods from companies owned by the first family is totally out of bounds and needs to stop,” Schweizer added. “Clearly, the Trumps feel some of this is related to politics. But whether that’s true or not, these marketing battles need to be fought by Ivanka and her company. They cannot…
“It is just the way it works, as it comes down to the fact that people want access to national leaders in the country, and unfortunately in the past, be it Billy Carter, Neil Bush or Roger Clinton, relatives become vehicles to accomplishing that,” Mr. Schweizer added, referring to relatives in past administrations who drew scrutiny because of their…
GAI President, Peter Schweizer’s, previous work on Congressional insider trading referenced by CNN host in light of questions about trades made by HHS nominee while a member of Congress.
Since 2013, the Obama administration has been sending foreign assistance dollars to the World Economic Forum through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). According to government records, the tab to taxpayers thus far is $26 million.