Russian oligarch reveals that he was with Trump during the & # 39; golden showers & # 39; trip

A Russian oligarch and close friend of Donald Trump spoke for the first time in detail about the allegation that the president was participating in a & # 39; golden shower & # 39; session with prostitutes during his notorious trip to Moscow in November 2013.

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Aras Agalarov said he was with Trump until 2 hours before the incident would have occurred, along with his son of pop singer, Emin Agalarov, while attending the Miss Universe procession in Russia in 2013.

& # 39; Trump was up very late, he left at two o'clock & # 39; at night. And the next day he came very early because he was worried about how the project would go, & said Aras in an interview with The bell, an independent media outlet in Russia that operates outside state control.

Aras continued: & # 39; When I hear all those weird things about recordings, prostitutes, I don't understand how a man of nearly 70 could do it all.

& # 39; He spent the whole first day with us, then he would have invited prostitutes to his room, then he went early to businessmen the next morning, then sat down with us until 2 o'clock, attended the game and flew the next day away. It is the delirium of a madman to say this. & # 39;

The Russian oligarch Aras Agalarov said that he was with Donald Trump in Moscow until 2 o'clock in the night, the night the alleged & # 39; golden shower & # 39;

The Russian oligarch Aras Agalarov said that he was with Donald Trump in Moscow until 2 o'clock in the night, the night the alleged & # 39; golden shower & # 39;

Agalarov, a pro-Putin billionaire, was the Russian donor for Miss Universe 2013 in Moscow and tried to develop the Trump Tower Moscow with the president
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Agalarov, a pro-Putin billionaire, was the Russian donor for Miss Universe 2013 in Moscow and tried to develop the Trump Tower Moscow with the president

Agalarov, a pro-Putin billionaire, was the Russian donor for Miss Universe 2013 in Moscow and tried to develop the Trump Tower Moscow with the president

The infamous & # 39; golden showers & # 39; tape is reportedly in the hands of the Russian government, according to the so-called Steele file, compiled by former British spy Christopher Steele.

In January 2017, a leaked, unverified file from the former MI6 agent claimed that Russian officials had compromising information about Trump that could be used to blackmail him.

Allegedly this included a video, secretly made at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Moscow, where Trump & # 39; paid a number of prostitutes to perform a golden showers (pee) show for him & # 39; on the bed where President Obama and First Lady Michelle had once slept on a state trip because he hated them & # 39;

The infamous & # 39; golden showers & # 39; According to the Steele file, tape is in the hands of the Russian government, composed by a former British spy Christopher Steele

The infamous & # 39; golden showers & # 39; According to the Steele file, tape is in the hands of the Russian government, composed by a former British spy Christopher Steele

The infamous & # 39; golden showers & # 39; According to the Steele file, tape is in the hands of the Russian government, composed by a former British spy Christopher Steele

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Aras Agalarov & # 39; s interview comes as former special counselor Robert Mueller testified before house committees on Wednesday about his investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election and a potential impediment to justice by Trump.

Republican committee members pressed Mueller on the Steele file, but he refused to answer their questions.

& # 39; This is being investigated elsewhere in the Ministry of Justice and is therefore not within my reach … others are investigating it, & # 39; Mueller said.

In his introductory remarks, Mueller also said that the investigation & # 39; discovered that the Russian government interfered with our elections in a radical and systematic way & # 39 ;.

Aras Agalarov, a pro-Putin billionaire originally from Azerbaijan, was the Russian donor for the Miss Universe 2013 competition in Moscow, in a joint venture with Trump.

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The Agalarovs and the Trumps were friendly and treated each other repeatedly, including an attempt to develop a Trump Tower Moscow together.

Aras told The Bell that he was still a fan of President Trump.

& # 39; I like it. He is witty and agile, it is nice to be in his company. But then I didn't credit him, and I realize that as soon as he declared bankruptcy, his creditors didn't share my attitude, & he said.

The Bell asked Aras what he would do if the Kremlin asked him & # 39; to build relationships with Trump & # 39 ;.

He replied: & # 39; I don't do politics, so I would have said NO immediately. If I was called and said: & # 39; & # 39; Go to Trump, bring this, tell him this & # 39; & # 39 ;, then I would have & # 39; & # 39; No boys & # 39; & # 39; said.

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& # 39; This is a big policy that you should not touch. You can use me as a client for resuscitation, but not as a substitute for Sergey Lavrov (Russian Foreign Minister). & # 39;

The Bell insisted that it would be difficult for someone to say no to such a request from the Kremlin.

Aras answered: & # 39; No, it is not. This is exactly what I would say that I & # 39; no & # 39; have to say because otherwise I would fail.

& # 39; Everything but this. If I can do something, I will do it, and if I understand that this is not for me, I will not even start, regardless of who has asked me. & # 39;

In an exclusive interview with DailyMailTV in Moscow last year, Aras' son, Emin (right), also spoke about the allegations of the & # 39; golden shower & # 39; and said: & # 39; I heard the rumor, but I was with him at all meetings and I didn't hear anything like that & # 39;

In an exclusive interview with DailyMailTV in Moscow last year, Aras' son, Emin (right), also spoke about the allegations of the & # 39; golden shower & # 39; and said: & # 39; I heard the rumor, but I was with him at all meetings and I didn't hear anything like that & # 39;

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In an exclusive interview with DailyMailTV in Moscow last year, Aras' son, Emin (right), also spoke about the allegations of the & # 39; golden shower & # 39; and said: & # 39; I heard the rumor, but I was with him at all meetings and I didn't hear anything like that & # 39;

Aras and Trump are good friends and were together in November 2013 for the Miss Universe procession. Trump is depicted with Miss Universe Maria Gabriela Isler on the procession in 2013

Aras and Trump are good friends and were together in November 2013 for the Miss Universe procession. Trump is depicted with Miss Universe Maria Gabriela Isler on the procession in 2013

Aras and Trump are good friends and were together in November 2013 for the Miss Universe procession. Trump is depicted with Miss Universe Maria Gabriela Isler on the procession in 2013

In an exclusive interview with DailyMailTV in Moscow last year, the son of Aras, Emin, also spoke about the allegations of the & # 39; golden shower & # 39; – Trump has denied.

Emin told DailyMailTV in December: “I heard the rumor, but I was with him at all meetings and I haven't heard anything like it.

& # 39; I don't think anyone would offer that because Mr. Trump traveled here with 87 most beautiful women of 2013 – Miss UK, Miss America, Miss Brazil, Miss Russia.

& # 39; There were 87 and that is a lot. So I don't think anyone has the guts to offer anything else. & # 39;

Keith Schiller, Trump's bodyguard at the time, testified to the standing committee of the house for information that someone in one meeting offered that trip to send five women to Trump's hotel room. Schiller said he saw it as a joke, rejected the suggestion, and when he told Trump about it, they laughed about it.

Emin said he was not aware of business meetings that took place at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Moscow during Trump's journey – just filming his video clip, In Another Life, in which Trump played the lead, to deliver his apprenticeship: & # 39; You have been fired. & # 39;

Aras, which is worth a reported $ 1.6 billion, founded the Crocus Group, a colossus for real estate, entertainment and retail in Russia, which develops projects from luxury shopping malls to concert arenas and world cup football stadiums.

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He received the state honorary medal from Putin at a ceremony in the Kremlin for his work.

In the interview with The Bell, Agalarov said that Trump had visited his Crocus Group companies in November 2013.

Aras said: & (39) (Trump) was here 3 days. He came here directly from the airport and checked every corner, he was interested in everything. On the second day we picked him up from the hotel and brought him to a meeting with business people.

& # 39; Herman Gref was there and a few others too. & # 39; Gref is CEO of Sberbank, the largest bank in Russia.

& # 39; We had a meeting for about two hours, it was a good conversation. Then we went to watch the rehearsal, it was November 8 – I remember because it was my birthday. On the eve of November 8, we invited a huge crowd of my friends, Emin, artists, and celebrities. & # 39;

Aras says he didn't know lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya who was in the Trump Tower meeting with Don Jr. and Jared Kushner. & # 39; She didn't work for me, but she dealt with land issues in the Moscow region, & # 39; said Aras
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Aras says he didn't know lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya who was in the Trump Tower meeting with Don Jr. and Jared Kushner. & # 39; She didn't work for me, but she dealt with land issues in the Moscow region, & # 39; said Aras

Aras says he didn't know lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya who was in the Trump Tower meeting with Don Jr. and Jared Kushner. & # 39; She didn't work for me, but she dealt with land issues in the Moscow region, & # 39; said Aras

The billionaire also addressed the Trump Tower meeting in June 2016.

Eight people were confirmed during the meeting. From the Trump team, his son Donald Trump Jr.; son-in-law Jared Kushner and former campaign manager Paul Manafort, who was present in the hope of the alleged & # 39; dirt & # 39; to get on Hillary Clinton.

On the Russian side, Emin & # 39; s music was PR Rob Goldstone; lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya, who acted for the Kremlin; her translator Anatoli Samochornov; Rinat Akhmetshin, a Russian-American lobbyist and former Soviet counter-espionage officer; and Ike Kaveladze, a US-based senior VP at Crocus Group.

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According to testimonials given later as part of Russia's home commission investigations, the 20-minute meeting never did Clinton & # 39; dirty & # 39; because Veselnitskaya spoke about sanctions against Russia under the Magnitsky Act.

Aras said to The Bell: “I knew Veselnitskaya, she didn't work for me, but she dealt with land issues in the Moscow region. She came to me and said that Denis Katsyv went to court and needed help. I knew Denis too.

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& # 39; She asked me if I could organize it so that the Trump team could help her enter the senate.

& # 39; There was not a single word about Democratic Party or Kompromat (about Hillary Clinton). I had no idea that Trump could ever become president. And she did not ask to organize a meeting with his son, the task was to see only a few. I have no idea why so many of them eventually came to the meeting.

& # 39; This was a very meaningless task that I passed on to Emin and that was passed on to Rob. Rob wrote all this babbling about a public prosecutor, he made up all kinds of things. He did it for the sole purpose of making that encounter happen.

& # 39; As far as I'm concerned, I'm just this kind of person, I always help when I am asked to help. Veselnitskaya lobbied nothing but the interests of her own lawyer, not lists of Magnitsky. She simply presented it so that the other party became interested.

Aras Agalarov & # 39; s interview comes as former special counselor Robert Mueller testified before house committees on Wednesday about his investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election and a possible impediment to justice by Trump

Aras Agalarov & # 39; s interview comes as former special counselor Robert Mueller testified before house committees on Wednesday about his investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election and a possible impediment to justice by Trump

Aras Agalarov & # 39; s interview comes as former special counselor Robert Mueller testified before house committees on Wednesday about his investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election and a possible impediment to justice by Trump

& # 39; It was clear after 5 minutes in the meeting that it was pointless when Natalya came with her small questions. The meeting only lasted 10 minutes.

& # 39; Why didn't the special prosecutor find anything? Because there was nothing to be found there. & # 39;

The Bell interview also asked Aras Agalarov if his companies were affected after the Russian investigations in the US

He said: & # 39; Not really. We didn't have much money there. Part of my account was frozen, but there was nothing we could take from us. & # 39;

Aras also focused on the federal lawsuit of millions of dollars brought by the Democratic National Committee in which he and his son are mentioned as defendants.

The lawsuit, filed in April 2018, against the Russian government, the Trump campaign and Wikileaks alleges a conspiracy to disrupt the 2016 presidential campaign and propel Trump to the White House.

Aras said today: & My lawyer says we are being paid by them for legal and attorney fees.

& # 39; They not only have proof but even a touch of proof. It is unclear what to do with this babble. & # 39;

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