Mari Yovanovitch Denies Ukraine’s Involvement With The 2016 Election

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Mari Yovanovitch, former Ambassador to Ukraine, claims that Ukraine did not interfere with the 2016 presidential election. But Alexandra Chalupa, former Democratic National Committee contractor and staffer and the whistleblower from the Ukrainian embassy in Washington say there was a quid pro quo. Even the Politico reported the story as true and not as a rumor.

Yovanovitch says, “There have been rumors out there about things like that but there was nothing hard, nothing I was aware of.”

The Ukranian efforts did have an impact on the race by forcing Manafort’s resignation but they were far less concerted or centrally directed than Russia’s alleged hacking and dissemination of Democratic emails.

From Breitbart News

Former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch denied that Ukraine had meddled in United States elections, although she admitted there were “rumors” of it happening.

“There have been rumors out there about things like that but there was nothing hard, nothing I was aware of,” she replied, when asked by the Democrat counsel Daniel Goldman if Ukraine had meddled in the 2016 election.

“There was nothing based in fact to support these allegations,” Goldman stated.

“Yes,” she agreed.

But public media reports do have hard evidence of Ukranian officials working with Democrat operatives during the 2016 election. Politico reported, as fact, Ukraine tried to “sabotage” Trump in 2016.

Veteran Democratic operative Alexandra Chalupa, who worked in the Clinton White House, reached out to Ukrainian officials to get damaging information about Trump’s campaign manager Paul Manafort during the 2016 election. Manafort was a political adviser to former Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych.

Chalupa worked with officials in the Ukranian embassy in Washington and with officials in Kyiv.

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