According to recent reports, On Friday lawyers from a former adviser campaign said in a court filing that President Donald Trump and Jeff, the U.S. Attorney General Sessions both agreed in supporting a new proposal which was held during Trump meeting with the Russian President Vladimir Putin held in the 2016 campaign. However, from previous reports, George Papadopoulos, the former adviser account appeared to be contradicting with the testimony released on Congress Sessions held in November 2017 which had pleaded against this proposal by Papadopoulos on 31 March 2016, before the campaign meeting was held.
However, president Donald Trump in his statement said that he cannot recall much of the matter and more so what took place in the campaign meeting which he termed as unimportant, this information was seen in a photo memorialized that Trump had posted on Instagram whereby nearly a dozen men were sitting around a table among them including president Donal Trump, Jeff Sessions and George Papadopoulos. Nevertheless, Papadopoulos’ lawyers responded to this by writing to the court filing indicating that there should be a leniency sentencing hearing ahead of next week.
According to Papadopoulos’ lawyers, Mr. Trump nodded his head with an approval concerning George’s offer thereby defering Mr. Sessions who turned out to like George’s idea after this the initiatives where taken and the three said that the campaign would be looked into. However, early on October, Papadopoulos pleaded guilty of having lied to the FBI about the Russia contacts he had and that he had been workinh hand to hand with Robert Mueller, who was a Special Counsel probe during the Russian meddling meeting which was held in 2016 which collided with the U.S. election and most probably colluded with Trump’s campaign.
However, during the Friday’s court filing, it was confirmed that on March there existed an apparent difference on Sessions’ testimony and the reaction expressed by the others during recounting in a meeting held on March 2016. In contrast to this, Charles Cooper, Washington lawyer said that Attorney General Sessions had initially publicly testified about oath on his recollection of this specific meeting and in his statement, he stood with his testimony.