- Felix Sater, a real estate developer with past ties to the Trump Organization, alleged Tuesday that Fusion GPS founder Glenn Simpson committed perjury during Senate testimony
- Sater made the allegation following testimony before the House Intelligence Committee
- Sater pointed out that Simpson, who commissioned the anti-Trump dossier, also worked with Natalia Veselnistakaya, the Russian lawyer who attended the June 2016 Trump Tower meeting
A witness who appeared before the House Intelligence Committee on Tuesday accused the founder of Fusion GPS, the firm behind the infamous Steele dossier, of committing perjury during a Senate interview back in 2017.
Felix Sater, a real estate developer who has worked with the Trump Organization, discussed the Fusion GPS founder, Glenn Simpson, while taking a break from a closed-door interview with the House panel.
Democrats sought an interview with Sater to discuss whether the Kremlin could have any leverage over President Trump due to his business dealings in Russia. Sater worked closely with former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen from October 2015 through June 2016 on a failed bid to build a Trump-themed skyscraper in Moscow.
Sater told reporters during his break that the interview covered little in the way of new information about his links to Trumpworld that have not already trickled out in the press, or in the special counsel’s report.
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But he added: “We did cover a new topic.”
Asked what the topic was, Sater said, “Glenn Simpson perjuring himself at the Judiciary Committee on two occasions.”
WATCH: Felix Sater speaks to reporters after testimony. pic.twitter.com/f9apembzgf