Who in the world is Rob Goldstone? The man who set up Trump Jr? UPDATE


So just who is this character Rob Goldstone? The man who set up the meeting with Donald Jr for the latest Russia melt down for one. If the pictures of him which I include are any representation, not much of a guy. I’ll let you opine on this latest kerfuffle with Donald Trump Jr. I for one was never in favor of Trump’s kids being so involved in the campaign and now the government. Anyone with any sense knows that politics is a blood sport and not for the uninitiated. And that is what they were and are. So the price will be paid. Oxygen has now been given to the Russia Russia Russia thing just when the story seemed to have started to fade. Mueller will have a field day. So let’s go back and take a look at the man who initiated this meeting.

UPDATE:

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Well Lookie Here=Russian Lawyer Veselnitskaya is Pictured with Obama Ambassador to Russia – 8 Days After Jr. Mtg.

More information leaked out today on Russian attorney Natalia Veselnitskaya.

Veselnitskaya told NBC News on Monday she was not with the Kremlin as was reported by The New York Times. (So much for that)

So why was Veselnitskaya hanging out with Obama officials just days after her meeting with Donald Trump Jr.?

And why was Veselnitskaya given a privileged seat up front during the Congressional hearing?

UPDATE: Veselnitskaya’s facebook page shows she was in Washington DC on June 14, 2016.

The Hill:

The information “would incriminate Hillary and her dealings with Russia and would be very useful to your father,” reads one of the emails from Rob Goldstone, who acted as an intermediary to set up the meeting.

“This is obviously very high level and sensitive information but is part of Russia and its government’s support for Mr. Trump,” wrote Goldstone.

In a June 3, 2016, email released on Twitter, referring to the information on Clinton, Trump Jr. told Goldstone: “If it’s what you say I love it especially later in the summer.”

In another email, Goldstone suggested the information about Clinton could be given to then-candidate Donald Trump through Rhona Graff, his longtime assistant.

“I can also send this info to your father via Rhona, but it is ultra sensitive so wanted to send to you first,” Goldstone wrote.

Rob Goldstone, the man who set up the meeting between Donald Trump Jr. and Russian attorney Natalia Veselnitskaya, has quite the fun social media presence including a video of him singing and dancing and a photo of him rocking a hat that says “CUNTY.”

Goldstone is a former tabloid journalist who now runs a public relations firm for musicians. One of these clients is Emin Agalarov, who is connected to President Trump and reportedly once tried sending prostitutes to Trump’s hotel room in Moscow. Trump Jr. released emails Tuesday between him and Goldstone that arranged the June 2016 meeting at Trump Tower.

Here are a few pics:

 

Anyone up for another?

 

 

OK… Final one:

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33 Responses to “Who in the world is Rob Goldstone? The man who set up Trump Jr? UPDATE”

  1. The Weekly Headlines 15 July 2017 – Br Andrew's Muses Says:

    […] Who in the world is Rob Goldstone? The man who set up Trump Jr? […]

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  2. The Weekly Headlines – My Daily Musing Says:

    […] Who in the world is Rob Goldstone? The man who set up Trump Jr? […]

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  3. bydesign001 Says:

    In spite of how one feels about Trump’s children, etc., there is one thing that this whole mess has in common that it appears so many are overlooking and that is THE OBAMA CONNECTION! All roads lead to Barack and if the GOPe had stones, they’d drag that bastard in.

    Another point that no one in the media is talking about, is the timing of all the co-ordinated events. It points to the fact that Obama and I damned sure at this point that the DNC knew that Trump had the election in the bag from as far back as early summer. If I’m right, allow me to say it again. All roads lead to the man running a shadow presidency, i.e., BARACK OBAMA!

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  4. Steve Dennis Says:

    Ivanka, Kushner, and Trump Jr. need to go. This reeks of a setup but that still doesn’t matter because Jr. showed he was willing to collude with the Russians even if he did not. They are all liabilities at this point and I agree with you about; they should never have been allowed to be so involved in the administration. Trump needed to get people in the administration who knew something about politics because he is fighting against professionals and he is going to lose.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      And there are those in the WH he needs to ferret out and fast. He needs those that have been around the block and back again. Agree totally. Those kids will get into real trouble if they are left on the lose. This is not any Real Estate deal done in some back room They will be hunted down and made to pay.

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  5. Hootin' Anni Says:

    I’m sorry…but he looks like a drunk!! And he musta been engaged with Clinton’s administration with all the ‘getting prostitutes for the prez. I agree…family shouldn’t get involved and take over certain jobs within a presidency. You got that right!!!

    Then…before I went any further and finished reading your thoughts, I had to Google….”kerfuffle”. Seriously.

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    • Hootin' Anni Says:

      Took me a while to remember how the joke goes, but here it is to lighten the day a bit:

      At a rally John McCain was asked if he wore boxers or briefs.
      He replied, “Depends.”

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    • bunkerville Says:

      Thanks Anni… I appreciated that! The old fool is the one that delivered the stuff on Trump, let the FBI investigate the old fart.

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    • Mustang Says:

      Anni, that is SO funny! (And probably true)

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  6. Cheryl Says:

    The most discouraging thing about this story to me is that the creature Goldstone would be anywhere in the periphery of the Trumps, but alas he has been. Hopefully they have figured this out by now. I’m with you on the Ivanka / Kushner situation. They are ambitious progressives…disappointing to say the least. I’m not feeling so hostile to Don Jr. and Eric. Eric and his wife Lara seem to be straight shooters and down to earth good people from all I’ve seen of them so far.

    It also doesn’t surprise or bother me that the Trump children were involved in helping their father get elected. I’d expect that. Apparently Don Jr. got suckered into this..and that is the real story. Fusion GPS and McCain are the real story here. Hopefully, the culprits will pay some consequences. That’s my take.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      Thanks for your thoughtful comment. I agree that the focus needs to go toward McCain and Fusion. But Fox won’t touch it with his daughter holding forth. There is a big story here.. we shall see if the tale will be told. As far as the sons… too much inherited power with their level of skill set in policy and politics. Not up to it in my book…plus with all their business dealings they best stay clear or it will be a chatter focus forever forward. I think they mean well, its just not appropriate in my book. Jr. walked into this using no judgement.

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    • petermac3 Says:

      McCain is too big to fail…I mean to take the perp walk. If the founding fathers could see the wholesale corruption coming down the pike they would have shipped back to England and paid their taxes in person to King George.

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      • bunkerville Says:

        One can only wonder where we would be if the revolution had not happened. Especially when it did. Perhaps England would have taken care of England. I think the founders all had serious doubts that we would last…. just taking longer I guess.

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  7. Adrienne Says:

    I admit to paying almost zero attention to this latest hit on Trump. I suspect there are many people who are also not paying any attention. How many times can you scream Russia, Russia, Russia, and treason, treason, treason before people just tune out? It’s just latest outrage du jour by the MSM and I couldn’t care less. In another week it will be something else. I’m more interested in pulling weeds in my yard.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      I agree with you entirely. Having said that, there is no reason to pour gasoline on a well lit fire that refuses to die. I don’t like the Trump’s kids. There, I said that. I want them to go away. I especially don’t like that Prog Kushner who in the end, will divide this family big time. Ivanka can hang with with Soros in the Hamptons..Dance away. Hubby as well. I’m done with them.

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      • Adrienne Says:

        I can’t stand Kushner either and certainly don’t trust him. I agree the kids need to fade into the background. I’m tired of Ivanka, too.

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  8. the unit Says:

    I apologize in advance for my long comment!
    OPINION | WHITE HOUSE
    Trump’s Defeated Defenders Can Only Whimper
    Revelations about Russia and the Trumps are damning. All their allies can do is quibble about the definition of “collusion.”
    By Megan McArdle (bloomberg.com)
    July 11, 2017, 1:35 PM CDT

    Note: By the unit…The following is a fictional analogy (and paraphrase) to the case and trial of Japanese War Criminal Yamashita in 1946:
    President Donald Trump was hanged in Washington today in 2017. The fate of this president, a first-class leader man, affirmed something new in the annals of politics. For Trump did not die for treason, or for directing other men to do treason in his name. Trump lost his life not because he was a bad or evil commander-in-chief, but simply because he was commander-in-chief, and the men he commanded had done unspeakable treasonous things. (treasonous as claimed by Democrats)
    Command responsibility is as old as politics. So is guilt for treason done or treason ordered. What was different about Trump’s case was responsibility-to the death-for treason tolerated, knowingly or not. (ditto as claimed by Democrats)
    http://www.historynet.com/japanese-war-crime-trials.htm

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    • bunkerville Says:

      Good one Unit.

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  9. Mustang Says:

    I would definitely buy a used car from this slug … makes you wonder what Junior was thinking. I suspect he wasn’t thinking at all.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      Nothing like leaving a trail of emails around for posterity. At least Hillary has the brains to scrub her server. Stupid.

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  10. Simply Linda Says:

    Oh…I think he/Jr. knew, that’s why he didn’t involve his father, but instead his brother in-law and turn coat Manafort, who is a registered foreign agent. It’s all fishy…and the MSM/dems are spinning this as treason, they might want to be careful about that, their stuff stinks just as well.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      Their stuff stinks.. but tend to agree with Peter… not the sharpest knife. Fishy indeed.

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      • Simply Linda Says:

        yep, all fishy…not sure about the sharpest knife…I think it was natural curiosity, but than again, curiosity kills the cat, right? (something like that, lol)

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  11. petermac3 Says:

    P.S. Lindsey Graham and John McCain are licking their chops .

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    • Simply Linda Says:

      Did you see yesterdays Eric Bolling/Associates at 5 pm on Fox? He mentioned McCain and the dossier, I about fell out of my chair, not one FOX person dares to go there due to prima donna Meghan McCains’ employment there. But, Bolling sure did. 🙂

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      • bunkerville Says:

        Missed it….but I have noticed that McCain is off limits. Good for eric.

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      • Simply Linda Says:

        yep, but Williams and that other girl quickly changed the narrative…he wasn’t happy about that, lol.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      I saw Lindsey…. he was out and about…..licking his chops indeed.

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  12. petermac3 Says:

    The most uninitiated go-fer would have smelled this for what it was, a set up. What this should tell us is Jr is not the sharpest knife in the drawer.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      Thats my take as well….. if this is his judgement……

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  13. Brittius Says:

    Reblogged this on Brittius.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      Thanks…

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      • Brittius Says:

        You’re welcome.

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