Russian Ambassador Met with Obama Administration 6 Times During Hillary Clinton Uranium Sale to Russia
Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak met with Obama officials 22 times in the White House.
Sergey Kislyak appeared in the White House visitor logs dozens of times when Barack Obama was in office.
The Daily Caller reported:
The visitor logs, which Obama made public in 2009 in a push for transparency, show that the long-time Russian ambassador to the United States visited the White House at least 22 times between 2009 and 2016.
Kislyak appeared in the logs as recently as September 2016 when he had a meeting scheduled with one of Obama’s senior advisers, John Holdren, in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building. The other visitors listed at the meeting are Marina W. Gross, Alexander Ermolaev, Alexey Lopatin, Vyacheslav Balakirev and Sergey Sarazhinskiy. Though the appointment was scheduled to begin at 12:00 pm, it does not include an end time.
Kislyak was also listed on the logs in July 2016, March 2016, January 2016, August 2015, April 2014, February 2014, May 2013, February 2013, November 2012, December 2011, July 2011, December 2010, October 2010, May 2010, April 2010, February 2010, March 2010, December 2009 and September 2009.
Ambassador Kislyak met with Obama White House officials six times in 2010 during the Clinton uranium scandal.
Kislyak met with Obama officials six times in 2010: December 2010, October 2010, May 2010, April 2010, February 2010 and March 2010.
In October 2010 Secretary of State Hillary Clinton permitted the Russian takeover of Uranium One – a move estimated to give HALF of US Uranium output to the Russian government.
Throughout the deal $145,000,000 poured into the Clinton Foundation from investors who profited from the deal.