Sergei Millian, who was the unwitting source of British spy Christopher Steele’s unverified claim that President Donald Trump hired Russian prostitutes to perform a “golden shower,” boasted to an associate in July 2016 that he had a “strictly confidential” meeting lined up with members of the Trump campaign.
In a blockbuster Washington Post report about Millian’s interactions with Trump associates, it is revealed that the Belarus-born Millian regularly emailed with a fellow Belarus native Mikhail Morgulis, who lived in Florida and who was offering to help Trump’s campaign win the presidency.
During one email exchange between the two men, Millian offered to pass along information to the Trump campaign on Morgulis’s behalf.
“The meeting will be strictly confidential, I won’t be able to invite you to it,” Millian told Morgulis. “If you want me to pass them any information, I will do it, and if they get interested, I will ask them to meet with you.”
“We can organize the Russian community to vote for Trump,” Morgulis replied. “If you are interested in getting 5 million people, I am ready to participate in this campaign, together with you.”
Morgulis claims that he never heard from the Trump campaign about his proposal. This did not stop him, however, from bragging to Russian website Sputnik in 2017 about his efforts to put Trump over the top during the 2016 election.
“I personally visited 11 cities in Florida, where I said that if you want our new president to be a homosexual… vote for Hillary,” he told Sputnik.