Rudy Giuliani claims he has evidence proving that Hillary Clinton has been spying on Donald Trump since the 2016 election following a statement by Special Counsel John Durham who reportedly backs the claims.
On Friday, Durham filed fresh allegations, claiming he has new evidence that the Clinton campaign paid money to a tech firm to “penetrate” servers that were located in the Trump Tower and later the White House in order to link Trump to Russia.
“I can’t tell you exactly how, but I know how (Trump) found out about it then,” Giuliani told Newsmax TV. “There’s a lot more to come.”
“They may think it’s nonsense, but it’s nonsense backed up by about 1,000 pieces of evidence, none of which has yet been solved,” he said on Tuesday.
Discussing the evidence, Giuliani insisted: “Actually, they are in my bedroom or in my office. I have had him there for many years.
According to the Durham documents, the goal was to try to smear Trump by linking him to Russia, which was accused of meddling in the 2016 US presidential election.
Rudy Giuliani (pictured on Newsmax TV Tuesday night) claims he has evidence that Hillary Clinton’s campaign paid someone to spy on Donald Trump after the 2016 presidential election.
Clinton (pictured in New York on Tuesday) brushed off questions from a DailyMail.com reporter as she left a restaurant in Queens with her daughter Chelsea.
Trump (pictured playing golf in West Palm on Friday) expressed outrage at the high-profile lawsuit, saying the Clinton campaign was tantamount to “treason”
Durham was appointed by then Attorney General William Barr as Special Counsel to the U.S. Department of Justice in October 2020, while Trump was president. He continues to investigate a case that is sure to anger the supporters of the 45th president.
Durham’s motion looked like a potential conflict of interest for former Clinton campaign lawyer Michael Sussman, who was charged with making false statements to a federal agent. Sussman pleaded not guilty to the charges.
Former chief investigator of the Trump-Russia investigation for Republican-led Devin Nunez-led House Intelligence Committee Kash Patel said Friday’s documents “conclusively showed that the Clinton campaign was directly funded and ordered her lawyers at Perkins Coie to set up a criminal enterprise to fabricate the connection.” between President Trump and Russia,” Fox News reports.
Trump said an investigation into the former president’s ties to Russia found that the alleged spying by the Clinton campaign was “treason at the highest level.”
Special Counsel John Durham has filed new charges, claiming he has new evidence against the Clinton campaign.
“It looks like this is just the beginning, because if you read the documentation and understand what happened – and I said this a long time ago – you will see how many other things are happening, to do with what is really just a continuation of the crime of the century ” Trump said in an exclusive interview with Fox News on Tuesday.
“This is such a big event, no one has seen anything like it.”
The former president said he “didn’t have any idea” about the allegations set out in Durham’s Feb. 11 lawsuit until after they were made public, but noted that a Justice Department official found “things that are far more serious than anyone thought possible.”
Clinton declined to answer questions about the allegations against her campaign.
Clinton continued asking questions later that day as she and Chelsea walked out of a Filipino restaurant in Queens after about three hours, during which they appeared to be filming. Bowing their heads and putting aside all questions, mother and daughter headed back to the city, accompanied by their secret service employees.
Exclusive photos and video obtained by DailyMail.com show a stone-faced Clinton silently brushing off repeated questions about whether she was spying on Donald Trump.
In the indictment, Sussman details how, two months before the September 2016 presidential election, he explained to FBI General Counsel James Baker that he wasn’t working “for any client” when he submitted documents allegedly describing “a covert communication channel” between the Trump Organization and Alfa Bank, Russia’s largest private bank with ties to the Kremlin.
Clinton ignored questions about the bomb’s registration as she headed to her daughter’s home.
Chelsea Clinton was also seen wearing a black coat, blood orange skirt and black heels.
In Durham’s statement on Friday, he described how Sussman “collected and turned over allegations to the FBI on behalf of at least two specific clients, including a CTO (CTO 1) named Rodney Joffe at an American Internet company. company (Internet Company 1) and the Clinton campaign.”
The name of the Internet firm has not yet been disclosed either in reports or in court documents.
But Joffe is the founder of UltraDNS, the first cloud-based company to offer “domain name services,” which associate a numeric website address with a more user-friendly, alphabetic domain name.
DNS has been referred to as the “phone book of the Internet” and DNS servers such as Joffe’s UltraDNS and the more modern Cloudflare typically access and view the Internet histories of millions of their users.
UltraDNS was bought by technology company Neustar for nearly $62 million in 2006. Joffe’s LinkedIn reveals that he has since served as an executive at Neustar until his retirement in September 2021.
According to the tech firm’s website, Neustar is an internet analytics and company based in Virginia that recently helped an unnamed U.S. state with its COVID-19 contact tracing program.
Durham’s claims that the purpose of the Clinton campaign was to try to smear Trump by linking him to Russia, which was accused of meddling in the 2016 presidential election.
The indictment by former Clinton campaign attorney Michael Sussman (left) is part of Durham’s investigation into the FBI’s investigation into allegations of Trump campaign collusion with Russian officials. Rodney Joffe (right) is the man referred to as “Tech Executive-1” in Sussman’s indictment for allegedly lying to the FBI by hiding his connection to Hillary Clinton’s lost 2016 campaign against former President Donald Trump.
It also helped Scandinavian airline SAS cut marketing costs by analyzing the most targeted and effective customer acquisition approaches, reflecting the company’s vast data-gathering capabilities.
Sussman’s own “account records” show that he “billed the Clinton campaign on numerous occasions for his work on allegations against the Russian Bank-1.”
It also says that Sussman and the chief technical officer (Joffe) met to speak with another lawyer serving as general counsel for the Clinton campaign, whom Fox calls Mark Elias of the law firm Perkins Coie.
The document also shows how Josse worked with Sussman at the behest of the Clinton campaign to “gather alleged data and official documents” — essentially to gather information that would link Trump to Russia.
Durham tells how Tech Executive-1 said he was trying to please some “VIPs”, which is said to be a reference to the Clinton campaign.
Durham explains that at Sussman’s trial, the government will prove how Joffe was able to see what websites were being viewed on computers in Trump Tower, Trump’s Central Park apartment west, and the White House.
Durham notes that Joffe’s position as “Technical Officer” meant he was assigned to maintain dedicated servers for the White House and the President’s office.
“Tech Executive-1 and its partners took advantage of this arrangement by extracting the president’s executive office DNS traffic and other data in order to collect derogatory information about Donald Trump,” Durham said.
Ioffe is not charged with any wrongdoing and simply “hired Sussman as his attorney”.
Neither Neustar nor UltraDNS are mentioned in the documents and are not explicitly associated with “Internet Company-1”.
Sussman collected “suspicious data” that included all sorts of websites, including those of a Russian mobile phone company, and then claimed that Trump and his entourage “used rare Russian-made cordless phones near the White House and elsewhere.” places.
But Durham’s report essentially casts cold water on such speculation or that there was anything out of the ordinary with the search for the Russian cell phone company.
“The Office of the Special Counsel found no evidence to support these allegations,” Durham wrote, noting that “searches were far from uncommon in the United States.”
“For example, the more complete data that Tech Executive-1 and its partners collected, but did not provide to Agency 2, reflected that between approximately 2014 and 2017, a total of more than 3 million searches were made on Russian phone numbers. Prover 1 IP addresses that originated from IP addresses located in the US,” Durham said.
“Less than 1,000 of these requests were from IP addresses associated with Trump Tower.
Some searches were conducted as early as 2014, when the Obama administration was still in the White House.