Donald Trump and his team said he was low level and a known liar.
You know those attacks mean George Papadopoulos knows plenty, as he’s agreed to cooperate with Robert Mueller’s investigation.
You can’t believe a thing that comes from Trump and his team.
Now George Papadopoulos fiancé, Simona Mangiante, is telling the Washington Post that she believes Papadopoulos will end up being the John Dean of Donald Trump’s collusion with Russia and she ominously warns the White House: “There’s a lot more to come”.
Without offering specifics, Mangiante said there is much more that has not yet been told publicly about Papadopoulos’ 10 months as an informal national security adviser to Trump and his interactions with a London-based professor who told Papadopoulos, according to court filings, that the Russians had “dirt” on Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton.
“There’s a lot to come,” she said. “He was the first one to break a hole on all of this.”
She said Papadopoulos was not a “coffee boy,” as he was once tagged by former Trump adviser Michael Caputo, a nickname she found especially galling. “I know what it means as a young person to do all the efforts you do to build your career and be dismissed as a coffee boy,” she said.
Mangiante said she has been extensively interviewed by Mueller’s team, who asked about her own brief stint working for Joseph Mifsud, the same London professor who offered to connect the young Trump aide with the Russians.
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