Who Is Felix Sater, and Why Is Donald Trump So Afraid of Him?

Eventually we will learn that Trump is little more than organized crime figure:

Every time someone asks Donald Trump if he knows Felix Sater, his Russian-born, Brooklyn-bred former business associate, Trump draws a blank. Despite the fact that Sater worked on and off for a decade with the Trump Organization, and despite his recent headline-making appearance as an exuberant negotiator on behalf of Trump’s hardnosed attorney, Michael Cohen, in seeking to build a “massive Trump Tower in Moscow” last year, Trump ducks.

“I mean, I’ve seen him a couple of times; I have met him,” Trump said, in a deposition in a court case involving Sater in 2013. And The New York Times reported him as saying, “If he were sitting in the room right now, I really wouldn’t know what he looked like.” As late as 2015, when asked about Sater, Trump hemmed and hawed. “Boy, I have to even think about it.”

It’s no wonder why Trump, especially now that he’s under investigation over his ties to Russia and its meddling in the 2016 election, would respond to questions about Sater by saying: Who’s he?

Donald Trump Jr. Just Admitted He Committed A Crime

This is the gang that couldn’t shoot straight:

Planning a crime and failing to successfully pull it off can still be a crime.

And Donnie just admitted it to members and staff of the Senate Judiciary Committee in a copy of his prepared testimony obtained by the “Washington Post.”

Referring to his July, 2016 meeting with Kremlin associates in which he, Paul Manafort, and Jared Kushner were promised damaging information on Hillary Clinton illegally obtained by Russia, Don Jr. testified “The meeting provided no meaningful information and turned out not to be about what had been represented.”

That statement alone may be enough for Robert Mueller to start preparing an indictment for criminal conspiracy against Don Jr., Manafort, and Kushner, unless they strike a deal to turn on President Trump.