Sunday, July 16, 2017

Trump Campaign's Digital Director to Meet with House Intel Committee

Brad Parscale, who ran the Digital Operation for the Trump Presidential Campaign, said Friday that he will voluntarily meet later this month with the House Intelligence Committee, one of the Bodies investigating Russia’s role in the 2016 Election. “I have accepted a request from the House Intelligence Committee to meet with them for a voluntary interview, and I look forward to sharing with them everything I know,” Parscale said in a Statement he tweeted Friday morning.

Parscale, however, said he is “unaware of any Russian involvement in the digital and data operations” of Trump’s Campaign, which he said utilized “the exact same digital marketing strategies that are used every day by corporate America.” “The only collaboration I am aware of in the Trump digital campaign was with staff provided to the campaign by Facebook, Google and Twitter,” he added. “Those experts in digital marketing worked side-by-side with our teams from Giles-Parscale, the Republican National Committee, and Cambridge Analytica to run a professional and winning campaign.”

Parscale said he was scheduled to visit the House Panel at the end of the month before recess.

Parscale now works with the Pro-Trump outside group America First Policies, a Nonprofit started by top Campaign
Aides to support the President’s Agenda.

Trump Confidant Roger Stone was also Scheduled to appear before the House Intelligence Committee on July 24th, but his Attorney, Robert Buschel, said in an Interview that a GOP Staffer called Thursday and Postponed the Session indefinitely because Democrats Requested more time to Review Documents.

Michael Caputo, who Resigned from the Trump Campaign last June, did Speak to the Panel on Friday.

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