Dems Request Docs On Trump Campaign Potentially Exchanging Info With Foreign Governments

(FILE) - Brad Parscale, Digital Director, Donald J. Trump Presidential Campaign, speaks on the third day of the 7th Web Summit in Lisbon, Portugal, 08 November 2017. Media reports on 27 February 2018 state that US President Donald J. Trump has chosen Brad Parscale to run his campaign to win the 2020 re-election bid. ( Photo by Pedro Fiúza/NurPhoto)
(FILE) - Brad Parscale, Digital Director, Donald J. Trump Presidential Campaign, speaks on the third day of the 7th Web Summit in Lisbon, Portugal, 08 November 2017. Media reports on 27 February 2018 state that US Pr... (FILE) - Brad Parscale, Digital Director, Donald J. Trump Presidential Campaign, speaks on the third day of the 7th Web Summit in Lisbon, Portugal, 08 November 2017. Media reports on 27 February 2018 state that US President Donald J. Trump has chosen Brad Parscale to run his campaign to win the 2020 re-election bid. ( Photo by Pedro Fiúza/NurPhoto via Getty Images) MORE LESS
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A court filing in January revealed that Paul Manafort had shared unspecified polling data with Konstantin Kilimnik during the 2016 election campaign.

House investigators ask Manafort and his associates for information regarding the sharing of election data with foreign entities during the campaign, but also appear to home in on former employees of British political consulting firm Cambridge Analytica. That company harvested data from social media companies to micro-target voters while working for the Trump campaign during the 2016 election.

The House Judiciary Committee is asking the company for information regarding whether it received or shared election-related information from foreign countries.

House investigators are interested in the following witnesses and entities:

-Cambridge Analytica CEO Alexander Nix

-Translator for the June 2016 Trump Tower meeting Anatoli Samochornov

-Brad Parscale, digital media director for Trump’s 2016 campaign, vendor to the Trump Inaugural Committee

-Brittany Kaiser, director at Cambridge Analytica during the 2016 election

-Cambridge Analytica, a UK-based political consulting firm

-Carter Page, Trump campaign foreign policy adviser

-Former Trump campaign chair Corey Lewandowski

-DOJ

-Former White House Counsel Don McGahn

-Donald Trump Jr., presidential son and Trump Org executive

-Eric Trump, son of the president and Trump Org executive

-FBI

-Flynn Intel Group

-WikiLeaks

-General Services Administration

-George Nader, Middle Eastern fixer with links to the United Arab Emirates who is cooperating with the special counsel probe

-Trump Transition

-George Papadopoulos, former Trump 2016 adviser who pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI

-Hope Hicks, former Trump campaign press secretary and White House communications adviser

-Trump Org

-Irakly Kaveladze, Russian-American real estate developer who attended June 2016 Trump Tower meeting 

-J.D. Gordon, Trump 2016 national security adviser 

-Jared Kushner, Trump’s son-in-law and White House adviser

-Tony Fabrizio, Republican pollster and strategist questioned by Mueller about polling data Manafort shared with pro-Kremlin individuals during the 2016 campaign

-Manafort spokesman Jason Maloni

-Tom Bossert, lawyer and former Trump Homeland Security Advisor 

-Jeff Sessions, former attorney general

-Jerome Corsi, conspiracy theorist who appeared to have advance knowledge of WikiLeaks’s release of John Podesta’s emails

-Peter Smith associate John Szobocsan 

-Wikileaks founder Julian Assange

-Ted Malloch, London-based writer who served as Corsi’s alleged WikiLeaks contact

-Cambridge Analytica CEO Julian David Wheatland

-Kushner companies

-Steve Bannon, former Trump 2016 CEO and White House chief strategist. Ex-vice-president of the board of Cambridge Analytica

-Matt Tait, cybersecurity expert contacted by Peter Smith to obtain Clinton emails

-Michael Cohen,  former personal attorney and fixer for President Trump

-Stefan Passantino, former deputy White House counsel for compliance and ethics

-Michael Flynn, former Trump campaign adviser and U.S. national security adviser

-SCL Group Limited,  parent company of Cambridge Analytica

-Michael Flynn Jr., Flynn’s son and an aide on the 2016 campaign

-The White House

-National Rifle Association 

-Sam Nunberg,  Trump 2016 campaign adviser 

-Estate of Peter Smith, deceased GOP operative who sought to obtain Clinton’s emails during the 2016 campaign

-Paul Manafort, former Trump campaign chairman awaiting sentencing for tax and bank fraud

-Randy Credico, associate of Roger Stone who Stone claimed was his “conduit” to WikiLeaks

-Roger Stone, GOP “dirty trickster” indicted for lying about his efforts to obtain Clinton’s emails from WikiLeaks and for interfering with witnesses

-Reince Priebus, former RNC chairman and White House chief of staff

-Rhona Graff, Trump’s longtime personal assistant at the Trump Organization

-Sean Spicer, ex-White House Press Secretary and Trump administration communications director

-Rob Goldstone, British music publicist who helped broker the Trump Tower summit between Kremlin-linked Russian attorney and Trump campaign officials 

-Rick Gates, former Manafort deputy, ex-Trump campaign and transition adviser, now a cooperating witness in the special counsel probe 

-Rinat Akhmetshin, Russian-American lobbyist who attended the June 2016 Trump Tower meeting 

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