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Giuliani Appears To Admit He Was Spoofed By A Russian Agent: Report

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It was reported on Thursday that the United States Treasury Department accused Andriy Derkach of being “an active Russian agent for over a decade.”

Derkach is the same man that has been working with Donald Trump’s personal attorney Rudy Giuliani on trying to obtain dirt on presidential candidate Joe Biden.

Shortly after news broke out about Derkach being a Russian agent, Giuliani appeared to admit that he allowed himself to be spoofed by him.

Giuliani met with Derkach in his efforts to efforts to pin a Ukrainian scandal on Biden, which was part of the series of events over which Trump was impeached.

“Giuliani said in an interview Thursday night that he ‘felt comfortable’ meeting with Mr. Derkach ‘because there were no sanctions against him’ at the time,” The New York Times reported Thursday. “While he acknowledged that he ‘didn’t do much investigation’ of Mr. Derkach, Mr. Giuliani said: ‘I have no reason to believe he is a Russian agent. There is nothing I saw that said he was a Russian agent. There is nothing he gave me that seemed to come from Russia at all.’ But he added, ‘How the hell would I know?’”

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