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I helped Hillary, her victory would be vantage for us, - NABU Head (audio)

Besides, NABU Head stated that his establishment sent information on “black accounts” to the U.S., yet, it did not help Clinton
13:29, 14 March 2019

Artem Sytnyk, Head of the National Anti-Corruption Bureau
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The Head of the National Anti-Corruption Bureau (NABU) Artem Sytnyk stated that he helped the headquarters of the U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton in 2016, as is stated on the audio-recording provided by the Ukrainian MP Boryslav Rosenblat. A person with a voice which sounds a lot like Sytnyk’s says that Clinton was favorable for America and the world, and it would be better for Ukraine if she won.

“I helped him as well. Not him, but Hillary… Internal issues are more important than external ones for Trump. Hillary is one of those politicians favorable for America and the world. It would be better for us, but what Trump does is better for Americans,” Sytnyk admits.

Related: Hillary Clinton rules out her U.S. presidential run in 2020

Besides, NABU Head stated that his establishment sent information on “black accounts” to the U.S., yet, it did not help Clinton.

“Their system works strictly. When I investigated black accounts, we revealed information about Robert Porter who was imprisoned. He was the head of Trump’s campaign. Trump doesn’t care, his system works like a clock. A week before the elections, FBI resumed investigation against Hillary. That’s why Trump won, though not easy. I don’t understand why Trump struggles against FBI, when they helped him win,” Sytnyk said.

Related: NABU stops all cover operations, - Sytnyk

Today, March 14, the Ukrainian MP Boryslav Rosenblat accused NABU Head Sytnyk of “leaking black accounts” of the Party of Regions to the headquarters of the presidential candidate Hillary Clinton in 2016. Rosenblat gave a USB flash drive with audio records of Sytnyk’s conversation.  

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