Then there’s Donald Trump: Background Uranium One is a mining company of ROSATOM State Atomic Energy Corporation.
Rosatom was allowed to buy a majority stake in Uranium One by the US State Department while Hillary was Secretary of State.
Lawyers for the State Department suggested to begin the release of the emails weekly on Oct. “State has not yet had the opportunity to complete a review of the documents to determine whether they are agency records or if they are duplicative of documents State has already produced through the Freedom of Information Act,” Toner said in a written statement.
It’s hard to imagine how implicating Clinton wouldn’t involve implicating CFIUS.Approval for the sale took place in 2010 under the Obama administration.Brietbart News ran a story with the following headline: “FBI uncovers confirmation of Hillary Clinton’s corrupt uranium deal with Russia.” According to the article, the findings of Peter Schweizer’s book have been confirmed. Sean Hannity calls the transaction “one of the biggest scandals in American history.” Is this true?Russia’s purchase of the company “had as much of an impact on national security as it would have if they set the money on fire,” said Jeffrey Lewis, a nuclear nonproliferation expert at the Middlebury Institute and former director at the New America Foundation, in an interview with Politi Fact last year.“That’s probably why (CFIUS and the NRC) approved it.” The FBI Investigation The FBI is investigating a different angle of the story.