Here is the Lobbyist That Got $170K to End US Sanctions On Russia 

John Podesta, The Podesta Group, and Tony Podesta have been involved in lobbying for the Russian cause for years. Tony Podesta is connected to the Clintons and Obama in this whole business. Follow the money trail in this story and see the double-faced actions of the Democrats in the Senate.

As Written By Richard Pollock for the Daily Caller:

Democrat super-lobbyist Tony Podesta was paid $170,000 over a six-month period last year to represent Sberbank, Russia’s largest bank, seeking to end one of the Obama administration’s economic sanctions against that country, The Daily Caller News Foundation’s Investigative Group has learned.

Podesta, founder and chairman of the Podesta Group, is listed as a key lobbyist on behalf of Sberbank, according to Senate lobbying disclosure forms. His firm received more than $24 million in fees in 2016, much of it coming from foreign governments, according to the nonpartisan Center for Responsive Politics.

Podesta is the brother of John Podesta, who was the national campaign chairman for former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s losing 2016 campaign for the presidency. Former President Barack Obama imposed the sanctions following the Russian seizure of the Crimean region of Ukraine in 2014.

The lobbying campaign targeted Congress and the executive branch, with Podesta and other lobbyists arranging at least two meetings between Sberbank officers and Department of State officials, according to Elena Teplitskaya, Sberbank’s board chairman, who spoke to House aides…..


Lobbyist Podesta Got $170K To End US Sanctions On Russia | The Daily Caller



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