Carter Page Says Obama Spy Stefan Halper Didn’t Groom Him But He Doesn’t Remember How They Met (VIDEO)
Former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page joined Laura Ingraham on Monday to discuss his interactions with Obama Deep State spy Stefan Halper. Halper is accused of infiltrating and spying on the Trump Campaign during the 2016 election.
Carter Page told Laura Ingraham he was not sure when he met Stefan Halper. But Page did tweet out this exchange with Halper in July 2016.
From an email I sent to a senior member of the Trump campaign on July 16, 2016… regarding a Professor who:
"offered a range of possibilities regarding how he and the University might be able to help"
Will be good to discuss this and other topics with @IngrahamAngle tonight!
— Carter Page, Ph.D. (@carterwpage) May 21, 2018
On July 11-12, 2016 Carter Page was invited to the conference: 2016’s Race to Change the World: How the U.S. Presidential Campaign Can Reshape Global Politics and Foreign Policy at Cambridge University. Stefan Halper was a speaker at the conference.
Carter Page told Laura he was invited to participate in the conference – but he was not slated to speak at the event.
He then added this.
Laura Ingraham: Question, who started the conversation? Did he approach you? Did he mention Russia collusion first? How did it go down?
Carter Page: You know we had, it was a multi-day conference and there were scholars and people from government and both from the United Kingdom…
Laura Ingraham: I know but stay focused with me. Did he approach you first? Did you approach him? How did you first start speaking?
Carter Page: See, I don’t even recall. We spent a couple days together and…
Laura Ingraham: Couple days together?
Carter Page: Yeah, it was a long event. Over several days and… I didn’t feel groomed.
Carter Page then said he did not remember who mentioned the Russia issue first.
That’s interesting. Most people would remember who made the initial contact with a speaker at a conference — especially if it was less than two years ago.
Either Carter Page was a very soft target — or he was lying.
Via The Ingraham Angle: