Politics Rob Goldstone, who set up Donald Trump Jr.'s Russia meeting, loves social media

18:15  11 july  2017
18:15  11 july  2017 Source:   USA TODAY SPORTS

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Rob Goldstone is now admitting to the New York Times (source) that he’ s the one who arranged the meeting between Donald Trump Jr . and the Kremlin attorney. Goldstone is a known acquaintance of Donald Trump Jr .

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Rob Goldstone is now in the eye of the Russia investigation storm, and there's one thing we can tell you right off the bat about the entertainment publicist: The man is an avid social media user.

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His Facebook profile is full of public post after post about his glitzy lifestyle: check-ins to high-profile places and jetting around the world. And he's been pretty outspoken about his love for Russia – where he travels frequently for work – which is drawing more scrutiny since the news that he arranged the meeting for Donald Trump Jr. and a Kremlin-backed attorney.

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Rob Goldstone connected Donald Trump Jr . with Russian lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya. The person who asked Trump Jr . to attend the meeting was Goldstone , a music producer with ties to a Russian He visited Russia in July and May 2016, according to various social media posts he made.

Meet Rob Goldstone . 1) The Basics. Goldstone is a music publicist at Oui 2 Entertainment and set up the meeting on behalf of his client, Emin Agalarov. The Times reported that Trump Jr ., who was a key campaign adviser to his father, was told the Russian government was behind the information on

As several journalists have noted, he even touted the meeting he arranged between Trump Jr. and the attorney, Natalia Veselnitskaya.

The posts themselves aren't as explicit as that, of course. But scroll back to June 2016, and you'll see that Goldstone checked into Trump Tower on the day the meeting took place:

Within the hour, he then checked into the Trump Organization.

The next month, after a trip to Moscow, he made sure that people knew he was no fan of Hillary Clinton or the Democratic National Committee.

And the day after the 2016 presidential election, he posted a photo of himself on Instagram sporting a shirt featuring the word "RUSSIA." According to The Guardian, the caption on the photo read, "Hedging bets."

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A music publicist who represents the son of a wealthy Azerbaijan- Russian developer and is friendly with the Trump family claimed credit Sunday for setting up the meeting between Donald Trump Jr . and a Russian lawyer last June at Trump Tower. Rob Goldstone , the publicist

Rob Goldstone , the music publicist who finds himself at the center of the latest controversy involving Russia and President Donald Trump ' s campaign, holds little back on his social media 3 Meet the music publicist taking credit for setting up Donald Trump Jr .' s meeting with a Russian lawyer.

It's worth noting that Goldstone has defended himself by saying that the meeting was made at the request of his client, Russian entertainer Emin Agalarov (who is the subject of many a Goldstone social media post and who made a music video that includes a cameo from President Trump).

"The lawyer (Veselnitskaya) had apparently stated she had some information regarding illegal campaign contributions to the (Democratic National Committee) which she believed Mr. Trump Jr. might find important,'' Goldstone said in a statement provided to USA TODAY. "I reached out to Donald Trump Jr. and he agreed to squeeze us into a very tight meeting schedule.''

And for what it's worth, he goes to Moscow for work.

Goldstone has also posted several times about Donald Trump, both as a candidate and as a president.

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