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Witness: Publicist Who Sent Don Jr. Infamous Russia Email Known to Write ‘Clueless’ Messages

Rob Goldstone, the English publicist and music manager who sent the much publicized email to Donald Trump Jr. claiming to possess incriminating information on Hillary Clinton that originated with Russia’s nonexistent “Crown Prosecutor” is known to write “clueless” messages, according to a former associate who was also present at the infamous Trump Tower meeting.

British publicist Rob Goldstone (L) arrives at a closed door meeting with House Intelligence Committee December 18, 2017 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. The committee is meeting with Goldstone for its ongoing investigation into Russian's interference in the 2016 election. (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)

Author of Infamous Russia Email to Don Jr. Admits It Was ‘Hyperbolic,’ ‘Publicist Puff’

Rob Goldstone, the English publicist and music manager, admitted that he was “using a little artistic language” and he “puffed it” when he sent a much publicized email to Donald Trump Jr. to set up the infamous Trump Tower meeting, claiming to possess incriminating information and documents on Hillary Clinton originating with “the Crown prosecutor of Russia.”

British publicist Rob Goldstone arrives at a closed door meeting with House Intelligence Committee December 18, 2017 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. The committee is meeting with Goldstone for its ongoing investigation into Russian's interference in the 2016 election. (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)

Publicist Who Arranged Trump Tower Meeting Admits ‘I Didn’t Know What I Was Even Talking About’

NEW YORK — Rob Goldstone, the English publicist and music manager, admitted that “I didn’t know what I was really even talking about” when he sent a much publicized email to Donald Trump Jr. to set up the infamous Trump Tower meeting claiming to possess incriminating information and documents on Hillary Clinton originating with “the Crown prosecutor of Russia.”

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Donald Trump Jr. Releases ‘Russia Email’ Chain

Donald Trump, Jr. released the chain of emails Tuesday morning that was apparently referred to in reports by the New York Times in which a publicist offered to set up a meeting between Trump, Jr. and a Russian lawyer who offered to provide damaging information on Hillary Clinton.