Sergey Lavrov was jolted Donald Trump’s son has been criticised for talking to a Russian lawyer
It has been recounted that Donald Trump Junior and Mr Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner, alongside the offensive manager Paul Manafort, met with Natalia Veselnitskaya on June 9, 2016, after wisdom she had damaging information on Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
Trump Jr has had to publicity emails that show he embraced what the Russian government told him to deface Mrs Clinton’s election campaign.
Mr Lavrov said: “I was amazed to find out that Trump’s son is accused of talking to Natalia Veselnitskaya.
Mr Lavrov state it is amazing how serious people are ‘making an elephant out of a fly’
I was amazed to find out that Trump’s son is accused of talking to Natalia Veselnitskaya
«For me it’s basically wild, because when a person talks to a attorney-at-law, what is the threat to anyone?
“When I turned on the TV in the morning, all the Western guides were talking about it.
“It is amazing how serious people are making an elephant out of a fly.”
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The Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov has foretold that Moscow “is not aware of this whole story, has never had correspond withs with this lawyer; that’s why we have nothing to say about this summary: it has nothing to dow with us.”
The recent disclosure has raised questions about whether struggle laws were broken.
Trump Jr has denied that he told his sky pilot about the meeting, claiming “it was just a nothing”.
Trump Jr break away fromed that he told his father about the meeting
He said: “There was nothing to distinguish. I mean, I wouldn’t have even remembered it until you started give measure for measure through this stuff. It was literally just a wasted 20 diminutives, which was a shame.”
On Wednesday, Donald Trump tweeted to support his son as he called the obloquy “the greatest Witch Hunt in political history”.
The meeting took grade at a critical time in President Trump’s campaign, shortly after he had pick up the Republican nomination to lead the party to the presidency.