Russian analyst in Russia’s Trump case has lied to AFBI

A Russian analyst involved in preparing a case against Donald Trump has been arrested in the United States.

The US Department of Justice has accused Igor Danchenko of lying to the FBI.

Mr Danchenko has been arrested in connection with an ongoing investigation into allegations that Donald Trump had links to the Kremlin.

The FBI has been able to order the investigation and oversight of Donald Trump’s top advisers in a case known as the Steel Case.

Some Democrats have used the case to portray Donald Trump as Russia, and their claims have been repeated in most US media during Mr. Trump’s four years in office.

Reuters reports that Mr Danchenko’s lawyer has not yet commented on the report.

Mr Danchenko was involved in the Russian case against Christopher Steele, a former British spy.

The case, which was published by the Bazfid website a few days before Donald Trump came to power, claimed that Mr. Trump had links to the Kremlin. One of these allegations was that Russia had evidence against Donald Trump that could help weaken him.

Mr. Steele was hired by Donald Trump’s rivals, including Hillary Clinton, to investigate Donald Trump.

Christopher Steele had previously defended his work, but in a recent interview with the American network ABC, he said that everything in the file was not 100% true.

According to a federal police indictment, the CEO of a public relations firm that has “been in the Democrats’ political circle for a long time” was one of the sources in the case.

According to the indictment, Mr. Danchenko lied to FBI agents about not communicating with the public relations director.

According to a statement issued by the US Department of Justice, Mr. Danchenko lied to AFBI five times about information he provided to a British research institute.

Mr Danchenko appeared briefly in court in Alexandria, Virginia, on Thursday.

Detectives in the United States began investigating the relationship between Donald Trump and Russia in July 2016.

The investigation led to a more extensive investigation by Special Inspector Robert Mueller a year later.

Investigator Müller’s investigation ended in 2019 without being able to identify criminal conspiracies between Donald Trump and the Kremlin.

The investigation revealed that Russia had systematically interfered in the US elections.

Attorney General William Barr selected John Durham, a Connecticut attorney, as chief prosecutor in his investigation.

Mr. Danchenko’s detention is the latest in the case. In September, Mr. Durham accused a well-known lawyer of lying to AFBI.

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