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Aug 25, 2019

Volume I of  the "Report on the Investigation into Russian Interference in the 2016 Presidential Election,"describes the factual results of the Special Counsel's investigation of Russia's interference in the 2016 presidential election and its interactions with the Trump Campaign.

Section I describes the scope of the investigation. Sections II and III describe the principal ways Russia interfered in the 2016 presidential election. Section IV describes links between the Russian government and individuals associated with the Trump Campaign. Section V sets forth the Special Counsel's charging decisions.

Introduction to Volume 1 (1:51)

Executive Summary to Volume 1 (8:06)

  1. The Special Counsel's Investigation (28:27)
    1. Structure of the Internet Research Agency (40:27)
    2. Funding and Oversight from Concord and Prigozhin (41:10)
      1. The IRA Ramps Up U.S. Operations As Early As 2014 (42:16)
      2. U.S. Operations Through IRA-Controlled Social Media Accounts (43:23)
      3. U.S. Operations Through Facebook (45:43)
      4. U.S. Operations Through Twitter (49:01)
      5. U.S. Operations Involving Political Rallies (51:48)
      6. Targeting and Recruitment of U.S. Persons (53:52)
      7. Interactions and Contacts with the Trump Campaign (55:31)
    3. The IRA Targets U.S. Elections (42:11)
  2. Russian "Active Measures" Social Media Campaign (37:31)
  3. Russian Hacking and Dumping Operations (59:02)
    1. GRU Hacking Directed at the Clinton Campaign (1:00:37)
      1. GRU Units Target the Clinton Campaign (1:00:42)
      2. Intrusions into the DCCC and DNC Networks (1:03:30)
    2. Dissemination of the Hacked Materials (1:08:26)
      1. DCLeaks (1:08:47)
      2. Guccifer 2.0 (1:11:13)
      3. Use of WikiLeaks (1:15:30)
    3. Additional GRU Cyber Operations (1:25:18)
      1. Summer and Fall 2016 Operations Targeting Democrat-Linked Victims (1:25:39)
      2. Intrusions Targeting the Administration of U.S. Elections (1:27:33)
    4. Trump Campaign and the Dissemination of Hacked Materials (1:30:56)
      1. [Redacted - Harm to Ongoing Matter] (1:31:12)
      2. Other Potential Campaign Interest in Russian Hacked Materials (1:39:31)
  4. Russian Government Links To And Contacts With The Trump Campaign (1:50:22)
    1. Campaign Period (September 2015-November 8, 2016) (1:51:32)
      1. Trump Tower Moscow Project (1:53:14)
      2. George Papadopoulos (2:20:42)
      3. Carter Page (2:44:49)
      4. Dimitri Simes and the Center for the National Interest (2:57:59)
      5. June 9, 2016 Meeting at Trump Tower  (3:10:25)
      6. Events at the Republican National Convention (3:31:12)
      7. Post-Convention Contacts with Kislyak (3:38:52)
      8. Paul Manafort (3:42:35)
    2. Post-Election and Transition-Period Contacts (4:11:23)
      1. Immediate Post-Election Activity (4:12:04)
      2. Kirill Dmitriev's Transition-Era Outreach to the Incoming Administration(4:16:34)
      3. Ambassador Kislyak's Meeting with Jared Kushner and Michael Flynn in Trump Tower Following the Election (4:36:33)
      4. Jared Kushner's Meeting with Sergey Gorkov (4:39:45)
      5. Petr Aven's Outreach Efforts to the Transition Team (4:44:12)
      6. Carter Page Contact with Deputy Prime Minister Arkady Dvorkovich (4:49:14)
      7. Contacts With and Through Michael T. Flynn (4:50:52)
  5. Prosecution and Declination Decisions (5:01:31)
    1. Russian "Active Measures" Social Media Campaign (5:03:08)
    2. Russian Hacking and Dumping Operations (5:05:55)
      1. Section 1030 Computer-Intrusion Conspiracy (5:06:00)
      2. Potential Section 1030 Violation By [Redacted - Personal Privacy] (5:08:06)
    3. Russian Government Outreach and Contacts (5:08:01)
      1. Potential Coordination: Conspiracy and Collusion (5:10:52)
      2. Potential Coordination: Foreign Agent Statutes (FARA and 18 U.S.C. § 951) (5:13:37)
      3. Campaign Finance (5:18:48)
      4. False Statements and Obstruction of the Investigation (5:33:02)

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