Did Putin Sell Part of Russia’s Oil Company to Trump?

Corrupt popular vote loser Donald Trump has thrown the US into so much chaos since slithering into the White House (after suspiciously narrow Electoral College victories in three states) that it’s easy to forget the outrages of a previous week when confronted with the newest ones. But if you keep an eye on things over time, pieces of a puzzle start to fall into place.

The same intelligence dossier that claimed the disgusting Trump watched a “golden shower” performance by Russian prostitutes during a trip to Moscow also asserted that Igor Sechin, CEO of Russia’s state oil company Rosneft, offered to let former Trump ally Carter Page broker the sale of a 19% stake in the company, if Trump lifted US sanctions on Russia once he was President.

Business Insider reported that, according to the dossier, “Sechin’s associate said that the Rosneft president was so keen to lift personal and corporate western sanctions imposed on the company, that he offered Page and his associates the brokerage of up to a 19 per cent (privatised) stake in Rosneft. In return, Page had expressed interest and confirmed that were Trump elected US president, then sanctions on Russia would be lifted.”

Well, Reuters reports that last week, 19.5% of Rosneft was sold—but nobody’s exactly sure who bought it! Reuters reports that VTB (the Russian government’s official bank) loaned the money that “paid” for the purchase to…someone, who was using an array of shell companies to mask their identity, including one hidden away in the Cayman Islands.

Was this deal a payoff from Vladimir Putin to the Trump criminal organization? Will sanctions against Russia be lifted? We know Trump and Putin discussed the issue on their recent phone call…

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