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The Robert Mueller report on the Russian intervention in the U.S. 2016 Election was published on April, 18 2019.

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on advertisements : According to Facebook, the IRA purchased over 3,500 advertisements, and the expenditures totaled approximately $100,000.

on advertisements : As early as March 2016, the IRA purchased advertisements that overtly opposed the Clinton Campaign.

on anti-Clinton content : First, on multiple occasions, members and surrogates of the Trump Campaign promoted — typically by linking, retweeting, or similar methods of reposting — pro-Trump or anti-Clinton content published by the IRA through IRA-controlled social media accounts.

on Bannon : In early December, a business associate steered Dmitriev to Erik Prince, a supporter of the Trump Campaign and an associate of senior Trump advisor Steve Bannon.

MUELLER REPORT on Burchik : Two individuals headed the IRA’s management: its general director, Mikhail Bystrov, and its executive director, Mikhail Burchik.

on Bystrov : Two individuals headed the IRA’s management: its general director, Mikhail Bystrov, and its executive director, Mikhail Burchik.
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on Clinton-related emails : Section III of this Report details the Office’s investigation into the Russian hacking operations, as well as other efforts by Trump Campaign supporters to obtain Clinton-related emails.

on Clinton : Papadopoulos had suggested to a representative of that foreign government that the Trump Campaign had received indications from the Russian government that it could assist the Campaign through the anonymous release of information damaging to Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.

on Clinton : First, a Russian entity carried out a social media campaign that favored presidential candidate Donald J. Trump and disparaged presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.

on Clinton : The presidential campaign of Donald J. Trump (“Trump Campaign” or “Campaign") showed interest in WikiLeaks’s releases of documents and welcomed their potential to damage candidate Clinton.

on Clinton : One week later, in the first week of May 2016, Papadopoulos suggested to a representative of a foreign government that the Trump Campaign had received indications from the Russian government that it could assist the Campaign through the anonymous release of information damaging to candidate Clinton.

on Clinton : By early to mid-2016, IRA operations included supporting the Trump Campaign and disparaging candidate Hillary Clinton.

on Clinton : By February 2016, internal IRA documents referred to support for the Trump Campaign and opposition to candidate Clinton. 49

on Clinton : author criticized the "lower number of posts dedicated to criticizing Hillary Clinton" and reminded the Facebook specialist "it is imperative to intensify criticizing Hillary Clinton." 51

on Clinton : Immediately upon his return to London from that trip, Mifsud told Papadopoulos that the Russian government had “dirt” on Hillary Clinton in the form of thousands
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on Clinton : For example, on March 18, 2016, the IRA purchased an advertisement depicting candidate Clinton and a caption that read in part, “If one day God lets this liar enter the White House as a president — that day would be a real national tragedy.

on Clinton : IRA-purchased advertisements featuring Clinton were, with very few exceptions, negative.

on Clinton : These posts included allegations of voter fraud, as well as allegations that Secretary Clinton had mishandled classified information.

on ClintonForPrison2016 : Similarly, on April 6, 2016, the IRA purchased advertisements for its account “Black Matters.” calling for a “flashmob” of U.S. persons to “take a photo with #Hillary ClintonForPrison2016 or #nohillary2016."

on Clinton Campaign : On July 22, 2016, WikiLeaks posted thousands of internal DNC documents revealing information about the Clinton Campaign.

on Clinton Campaign : Throughout 2016, IRA accounts published an increasing number of materials supporting the Trump Campaign and opposing the Clinton Campaign.

on Clinton Campaign : As early as March 2016, the IRA purchased advertisements that overtly opposed the Clinton Campaign.

on Clinton Campaign : From June 2016 until the end of the presidential campaign, almost all of the U.S. rallies organized by the IRA focused on the U.S. election, often promoting the Trump Campaign and opposing the Clinton Campaign.

on Clinton Campaign : The investigation identified two different forms of connections between the IRA and members of the Trump Campaign. (The investigation identified no similar connections between the IRA and the Clinton Campaign. )

on Clinton Campaign : Second, a Russian intelligence service conducted computer-intrusion operations against entities, employees, and volunteers working on the Clinton Campaign and then released stolen documents.

on Clinton Campaign volunteers : In March 2016, the GRU began hacking the email accounts of Clinton Campaign volunteers and employees, including campaign chairman John Podesta.

on Cohen : The Trump Organization pursued the project through at least June 2016, including by considering travel to Russia by Cohen and candidate Trump.

on Cohen : Former Trump Organization attorney Michael Cohen pleaded guilty to making false statements to Congress about the Trump Moscow project.

on Comey : The investigation continued under then-Director Comey for the next seven weeks until May 9, 2017, when President Trump fired Comey as FBI Director — an action which is analyzed in Volume II of the report.

on Conway : Trump, Kellyanne Conway, Brad Parscale, and Michael T. Flynn.

on DNC : July 2016 was also the month WikiLeaks first released emails stolen by the GRU from the DNC.

on DNC : Within days, there was public reporting that U.S. intelligence agencies had “high confidence” that the Russian government was behind the theft of emails and documents from the DNC.

on DNC : Around the time that the DNC announced in mid-June 2016 the Russian government’s role in hacking its network, the GRU began disseminating stolen materials through the fictitious online personas “DCLeaks” and “Guccifer 2.0.”

on DNC : In April 2016, the GRU hacked into the computer networks of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) and the Democratic National Committee ( DNC ).

on DNC : On July 22, 2016, WikiLeaks posted thousands of internal DNC documents revealing information about the Clinton Campaign.
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on Facebook : According to Facebook, the IRA purchased over 3,500 advertisements, and the expenditures totaled approximately $100,000.

on Facebook : Multiple IRA-controlled Facebook groups and

on Facebook : Many IRA operations used Facebook accounts created and operated by its specialists.

on Facebook : To reach larger U.S. audiences, the IRA purchased advertisements from Facebook that promoted the IRA groups on the newsfeeds of U.S. audience members.

on Facebook accounts : In November 2017, a Facebook representative testified that Facebook had identified 470 IRA-controlled Facebook accounts that collectively made 80,000 posts between January 2015 and August 2017.

on Facebook groups : For example, on May 31, 2016, the operational account “Matt Skiber” began to privately message dozens of pro-Trump Facebook groups asking them to help plan a “pro-Trump rally near Trump Tower."

on FBI : The FBI and other U.S. government institutions were at the time continuing their investigation of suspected Russian government efforts to interfere in the presidential election.

on Flynn : from a bank whose CEO was then seeking a position in the Trump Administration); allegations that Papadopoulos committed a crime or crimes by acting as an unregistered agent of the Israeli government; and four sets of allegations involving Michael Flynn, the former National Security Advisor to President Trump.
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on GRU : The Russian intelligence service known as the Main Intelligence Directorate of the General Staff of the Russian Army ( GRU ) carried out these operations.

on GRU : In April 2016, the GRU hacked into the computer networks of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) and the Democratic National Committee ( DNC ).

on GRU : In March 2016, the GRU began hacking the email accounts of Clinton Campaign volunteers and employees, including campaign chairman John Podesta.

on GRU : The GRU later released additional materials through the organization WikiLeaks.

on GRU : The GRU stole hundreds of thousands of documents from the compromised email accounts and networks.

on GRU : July 2016 was also the month WikiLeaks first released emails stolen by the GRU from the DNC.

on GRU : Less than an hour later, WikiLeaks made its second release: thousands of John Podesta’s emails that had been stolen by the GRU in late March 2016.

on Internet Research Agency, LLC : The first form of Russian election influence came principally from the Internet Research Agency, LLC ( IRA ), a Russian organization funded by Yevgeniy Viktorovich Prigozhin and companies he controlled, including Concord Management and Consulting LLC and Concord Catering (collectively “Concord”).

on Internet Research Agency : EXECUTIVE SUMMARY TO VOLUME I RUSSIAN SOCIAL MEDIA CAMPAIGN The Internet Research Agency ( IRA ) carried out the earliest Russian interference operations identified by the investigation — a social media campaign designed to provoke and amplify political and social discord in the United States.
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on IRA-controlled account : In January 2018, Twitter announced that it had identified 3,814 IRA-controlled Twitter accounts and notified approximately 1.4 million people Twitter believed may have been in contact with an IRA-controlled account.

on IRA-controlled accounts : Multiple IRA-posted tweets gained popularity. U.S. media outlets also quoted tweets from IRA-controlled accounts and attributed them to the reactions of real U.S. persons.

on IRA-Controlled Social Media Accounts : 2. U.S. Operations Through IRA-Controlled Social Media Accounts Dozens of IRA employees were responsible for operating accounts and personas on different U.S. social media platforms.

on IRA-created content : IRA-controlled Twitter accounts separately had tens of thousands of followers, including multiple U.S. political figures who retweeted IRA-created content.

on IRA-organized rallies : In May 2016, the IRA created the Twitter account @march for trump, which promoted IRA-organized rallies in support of the Trump Campaign (described below).

on IRA-organized rallies : Starting in June 2016, the IRA contacted different U.S. persons affiliated with the Trump Campaign in an effort to coordinate pro-Trump IRA-organized rallies inside the United States.

on IRA-posted tweets : Multiple IRA-posted tweets gained popularity. U.S. media outlets also quoted tweets from IRA-controlled accounts and attributed them to the reactions of real U.S. persons.

on IRA-purchased-advertisements : IRA-purchased-advertisements referencing candidate Trump largely supported his campaign.

on IRA-purchased advertisements : IRA-purchased advertisements featuring Clinton were, with very few exceptions, negative.
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on IRA : The investigation did not identify evidence that any U.S. persons conspired or coordinated with the IRA.

on IRA : B. Funding and Oversight from Concord and Prigozhin Until at least February 2018, Yevgeniy Viktorovich Prigozhin and two Concord companies funded the IRA.

on IRA : In January 2018, Twitter publicly identified 3,814 Twitter accounts associated with the IRA.

on IRA : The Office identified dozens of U.S. rallies organized by the IRA.

on IRA : Initially, recruitment focused on U.S. persons who could amplify the content posted by the IRA.

on IRA : The IRA was based in St. Petersburg, Russia, and received funding from Russian oligarch Yevgeniy Prigozhin and companies he controlled.

on IRA : The IRA later used social media accounts and interest groups to sow discord in the U.S. political system through what it termed “information warfare.”

on IRA : The IRA and its employees began operations targeting the United States as early as 2014.

on IRA : The IRA made various expenditures to carry out those activities, including buying political advertisements on social media in the names of U.S. persons and entities.

on IRA : By the end of the 2016 U.S. election, the IRA had the ability to reach millions of U.S. persons through their social media accounts.

on IRA : Facebook estimated the IRA reached as many as 126 million persons through its Facebook accounts.

on IRA : As early as the spring of 2014, the IRA began to hide its funding and activities.

on IRA : IRA subdivided the Translator Department into different responsibilities, ranging from operations on different social media platforms to analytics.

on IRA : The IRA later added specialists who operated on Tumblr and Instagram accounts.

on IRA : The IRA referred to employees assigned to operate the social media accounts as “specialists.”

on IRA : In certain cases, the IRA created accounts that mimicked real U.S. organizations.

on IRA : The IRA organized and promoted political rallies inside the United States while posing as U.S. grassroots activists.

on IRA : The IRA continued to organize rallies even after the 2016 U.S. presidential election.

on IRA : As early as 2014, the IRA instructed its employees to target U.S. persons who could be used to advance its operational goals.

on IRA : In all cases, the IRA contacted the Campaign while claiming to be U.S. political activists working on behalf of a conservative grassroots organization.

on IRA advertisement : The first known IRA advertisement explicitly endorsing the Trump Campaign was purchased on April 19, 2016.

on IRA documents : By February 2016, internal IRA documents referred to support for the Trump Campaign and opposition to candidate Clinton. 49
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on IRA employees : IRA employees posted derogatory information about a number of candidates in the 2016 U.S. presidential election.

on IRA employees : IRA employees also traveled to the United States on intelligence-gathering missions.

on IRA operations : Many IRA operations used Facebook accounts created and operated by its specialists.

on IRA’s social media accounts : After the event, the IRA posted videos and photographs of the event to the IRA’s social media accounts.

on IRA’s social media accounts : Collectively, the IRA’s social media accounts reached tens of millions of U.S. persons.

on IRA’s U.S. operations : The IRA’s U.S. operations are part of a larger set of interlocking operations known as “Project Lakhta.”

on IRA’s U.S. operations : Starting as early as 2014, the IRA’s U.S. operations included social media specialists focusing on Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter.

on Israeli government : from a bank whose CEO was then seeking a position in the Trump Administration); allegations that Papadopoulos committed a crime or crimes by acting as an unregistered agent of the Israeli government; and four sets of allegations involving Michael Flynn, the former National Security Advisor to President Trump.

on Kushner : On June 9, 2016, for example, a Russian lawyer met with senior Trump Campaign officials Donald Trump Jr., Jared Kushner, and campaign chairman Paul Manafort to deliver what the email proposing the meeting had described as “official documents and information that would incriminate Hillary.”

on Kushner : During the same period, another business associate introduced Dmitriev to a friend of Jared Kushner who had not served on the Campaign or the Transition Team.

on Kushner : The friend gave that proposal to Kushner before the inauguration, and Kushner later gave copies to Bannon and incoming Secretary of State Rex Tillerson.

on Kushner’s friend : Dmitriev and Kushner’s friend collaborated on a short written reconciliation plan for the United States and Russia, which Dmitriev implied had been cleared through Putin.

on Main Intelligence Directorate of the General Staff of the Russian Army : The Russian intelligence service known as the Main Intelligence Directorate of the General Staff of the Russian Army ( GRU ) carried out these operations.

on Manafort : Months before that meeting, Manafort had caused internal polling data to be shared with Kilimnik, and the sharing continued for some period of time after their August meeting.

on Manafort : Manafort lied to the Office and the grand jury concerning his interactions and communications with Konstantin Kilimnik about Trump Campaign polling data and a peace plan for Ukraine.

on Moscow : Candidate Trump signed a Letter of Intent for Trump Tower Moscow by November 2015, and in January 2016 Trump Organization executive Michael Cohen emailed and spoke about the project with the office of Russian government press secretary Dmitry Peskov.

on Moscow project : Former Trump Organization attorney Michael Cohen pleaded guilty to making false statements to Congress about the Trump Moscow project.
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on Papadopoulos : Immediately upon his return to London from that trip, Mifsud told Papadopoulos that the Russian government had “dirt” on Hillary Clinton in the form of thousands

on Papadopoulos : Spring 2016. Campaign foreign policy advisor George Papadopoulos made early contact with Joseph Mifsud, a London-based professor who had connections to Russia and traveled to Moscow in April 2016.

on Papadopoulos : Throughout that period of time and for several months thereafter, Papadopoulos worked with Mifsud and two Russian nationals to arrange a meeting between the Campaign and the Russian government.

on Papadopoulos : And within a week of the release, a foreign government informed the FBI about its May 2016 interaction with Papadopoulos and his statement that the Russian government could assist the Trump Campaign.

on Peskov : Candidate Trump signed a Letter of Intent for Trump Tower Moscow by November 2015, and in January 2016 Trump Organization executive Michael Cohen emailed and spoke about the project with the office of Russian government press secretary Dmitry Peskov.

on Prigozhin : Prigozhin is widely reported to have ties to Russian President Vladimir Putin,

on Prigozhin : The IRA was based in St. Petersburg, Russia, and received funding from Russian oligarch Yevgeniy Prigozhin and companies he controlled.

on Prigozhin : Prigozhin is a wealthy Russian businessman who served as the head of Concord.

on Prigozhin : Prigozhin was sanctioned by the U.S. Treasury Department in December2016

on Prigozhin’s ties : Numerous media sources have reported on Prigozhin’s ties to Putin, and the two have appeared together in public photographs.

on Putin, : Prigozhin is widely reported to have ties to Russian President Vladimir Putin,

on Putin : Numerous media sources have reported on Prigozhin’s ties to Putin, and the two have appeared together in public photographs.

on Putin : The Russian Embassy made contact hours after the election to congratulate the President-Elect and to arrange a call with President Putin.

on Putin : Dmitriev and Kushner’s friend collaborated on a short written reconciliation plan for the United States and Russia, which Dmitriev implied had been cleared through Putin

on Putin : Hours later, President-Elect Trump tweeted, “Great move on delay (by V. Putin ).”

on Russian government : The Russian government interfered in the 2016 presidential election in sweeping and systematic fashion.

on Russian government : The investigation also identified numerous links between the Russian government and the Trump Campaign.

on Russian government : We understood coordination to require an agreement — tacit or express — between the Trump Campaign and the Russian government on election interference.

on Sessions’s Senate office : The investigation also did not establish that a meeting between Kislyak and Sessions in September 2016 at Sessions’s Senate office included any more than a passing mention of the presidential campaign.

on St. Petersburg : The IRA was based in St. Petersburg, Russia, and received funding from Russian oligarch Yevgeniy Prigozhin and companies he controlled.
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on Trump : The Trump Organization pursued the project through at least June 2016, including by considering travel to Russia by Cohen and candidate Trump.

on Trump : President Trump reacted negatively to the Special Counsel’s appointment.

on Trump : IRA-purchasedadvertisements referencing candidate Trump largely supported his campaign.

on Trump Administration officials : IRA employees monitored the reaction of the Trump Campaign and, later, Trump Administration officials to their tweets.

on Trump advisor : In early December, a business associate steered Dmitriev to Erik Prince, a supporter of the Trump Campaign and an associate of senior Trump advisor Steve Bannon.

on Trump Campaign : The investigation also identified numerous links between the Russian government and the Trump Campaign.

on Trump Campaign : Manafort lied to the Office and the grand jury concerning his interactions and communications with Konstantin Kilimnik about Trump Campaign polling data and a peace plan for Ukraine.

on Trump Campaign : By early to mid-2016, IRA operations included supporting the Trump Campaign and disparaging candidate Hillary Clinton.

on Trump Campaign : Throughout 2016, IRA accounts published an increasing number of materials supporting the Trump Campaign and opposing the Clinton Campaign.

on Trump Campaign : The first known IRA advertisement explicitly endorsing the Trump Campaign was purchased on April 19, 2016.

on Trump Campaign : In May 2016, the IRA created the Twitter account @march for trump, which promoted IRA-organized rallies in support of the Trump Campaign (described below).

on Trump Campaign : Multiple individuals affiliated with the Trump Campaign also promoted IRA tweets (discussed below).

on Trump Campaign : In total, Trump Campaign affiliates promoted dozens of tweets, posts, and other political content created by the IRA.

on Trump Campaign : IRA employees monitored the reaction of the Trump Campaign and, later, Trump Administration officials to their tweets.

on Trump Jr. : – Posts from the IRA-controlled Twitter account @TEN GOP were cited or retweeted by multiple Trump Campaign officials and surrogates, including Donald J. Trump Jr.

on Trump Jr. : A November 7, 2016 post from the IRA-controlled Twitter account @Pamela Moorel3 was retweeted by Donald J. Trump Jr.

on Trump Organization : 2015. Some of the earliest contacts were made in connection with a Trump Organization real-estate project in Russia known as Trump Tower Moscow.

on Trump Organization : The Trump Organization pursued the project through at least June 2016, including by considering travel to Russia by Cohen and candidate Trump.

on Trump Organization attorney : Former Trump Organization attorney Michael Cohen pleaded guilty to making false statements to Congress about the Trump Moscow project.

on Trump presidency : Although the investigation established that the Russian government perceived it would benefit from a Trump presidency and worked to secure that outcome, and that the Campaign expected it would benefit

on Trump supporters : To organize those rallies, IRA employees posed as U.S. grassroots entities and persons and made contact with Trump supporters and Trump Campaign officials in the United States.

on Trump Tower : For example, on May 31, 2016, the operational account “Matt Skiber” began to privately message dozens of pro-Trump Facebook groups asking them to help plan a “pro-Trump rally near Trump Tower."

on Trump Tower Moscow : 2015. Some of the earliest contacts were made in connection with a Trump Organization real-estate project in Russia known as Trump Tower Moscow.

on Trump’s candidacy : National Security Agency — that concluded with high confidence that Russia had intervened in the election through a variety of means to assist Trump’s candidacy and harm Clinton’s.

on Trump’s Facebook account : The Florida rallies drew the attention of the Trump Campaign, which posted about the Miami rally on candidate Trump’s Facebook account (as discussed below).

on Twitter : On September 19, 2017, President Trump’s personal account @realDonaldTrump responded to a tweet from the IRA-controlled account @10 gop (the backup account of @TEN GOP, which had already been deactivated by Twitter).

on Twitter : According to Twitter, in the ten weeks before the 2016 U.S. presidential election, these accounts posted approximately 175,993 tweets, approximately 8.4% of which were election-

on Twitter : Starting as early as 2014, the IRA’s U.S. operations included social media specialists focusing on Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter.

on Twitter : 4. U.S. Operations Through Twitter

on Twitter : In January 2018, Twitter publicly identified 3,814 Twitter accounts associated with the IRA.

on Twitter : Twitter also announced that it had notified approximately 1.4 million people who Twitter believed may have been in contact with an IRA-controlled account.

on Twitter account : For example, one IRA-controlled Twitter account, @TEN GOP, purported to be connected to the Tennessee Republican Party.

on Twitter account : In May 2016, the IRA created the Twitter account @march for trump, which promoted IRA-organized rallies in support of the Trump Campaign (described below).

on Twitter account : – Posts from the IRA-controlled Twitter account @TEN GOP were cited or retweeted by multiple Trump Campaign officials and surrogates, including Donald J. Trump Jr., Eric

on Twitter account : A November 7, 2016 post from the IRA-controlled Twitter account @Pamela Moorel3 was retweeted by Donald J. Trump Jr.

on Twitter accounts : First, the IRA used one of its preexisting social media personas ( Facebook groups and Twitter accounts, for example) to announce and promote the event.

on Twitter accounts : In January 2018, Twitter announced that it had identified 3,814 IRA-controlled Twitter accounts and notified approximately 1.4 million people Twitter believed may have been in contact with an IRA-controlled account.

on Twitter accounts : IRA-controlled Twitter accounts separately had tens of thousands of followers, including multiple U.S. political figures who retweeted IRA-created content.

on Twitter operations : The IRA’s Twitter operations involved two strategies.

on Twitter specialists : A number of IRA employees assigned to the Translator Department served as Twitter specialists.

on Ukraine : Kilimnik requested the meeting to deliver in person a peace plan for Ukraine that Manafort acknowledged to the Special Counsel’s Office was a “backdoor” way for Russia to control part of eastern Ukraine; both men believed the plan would require candidate Trump’s assent to succeed (were he to be elected President).

on WikiLeaks : Additional releases followed in July through the organization WikiLeaks, with further releases in October and November.

on WikiLeaks : On July 22, 2016, WikiLeaks posted thousands of internal DNC documents revealing information about the Clinton Campaign.

on WikiLeaks : Less than an hour later, WikiLeaks made its second release: thousands of John Podesta’s emails that had been stolen by the GRU in late March 2016.

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