Papadopoulos to Return to Greece to Retrieve $10,000 Payment from Deep State Operative — Believes Bills are Marked, Will Turn Them Over to AG Barr

Former Trump campaign official George Papadopoulos joined Maria Bartiromo on Sunday Morning Futures this morning to discuss the Mueller testimony this past week.

During Mueller’s testimony before Congress Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) asked the former FBI Chief if he knew anything about the $10,000 given to George Papadopoulos by an “Israeli” asset in the summer of 2017. The confused and obviously senile Robert Mueller said it was outside his purview to discuss the bribe to Papadopoulos(?)

On Sunday George Papadopoulos told Maria Bartiromo that the man who gave him the $10,000, Charles Tawil, is a CIA asset.

Later in the interview Papadopoulos told Maria Bartiromo that he was indicted by the Deep State criminal apparatus for not remembering when he met CIA asset Joseph Mifsud a year before the Mueller team came to interview him.

 

Now this…
George Papadopoulos says he is going back to Greece to retrieve the $10,000 payment from Charles Tawil.

Papadopoulos wants Congress, Attorney General Bill Barr, IG Horowitz and US Attorney John Huber to check the bills to see if they are marked.

FOX News reported:

Papadopoulos previously told Bartiromo in May that he wanted authorities to take a look at the money trail.

“I actually want Congress, [Bill] Barr, [DOJ Inspector General Michael] Horowitz, and [U.S. Attorney John] Huber to review the bills because I still have the bills and I think they are marked,” Papadopoulos said. “These bills that are still in Athens right now must be examined by the investigators because I think they are marked and they’re going to go all the way back to DOJ, under the previous FBI under [James] Comey, and even the Mueller team.”

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