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Hawker, Jonathan
Heilbrunn, Jacob
Hicks, Hope

Holt, Lester
Hunt, Jody

Ivanov, Igor
Ivanov, Sergei
Kasowitz, Marc

Katsyv, Denis

Katsyv, Peter

Kaveladze, Irakli

Kaverzina, Irina

Kelly, John
Khalilzad, Zalmay


Kislyak, Sergey

Klimentov, Denis


Harm to Ongoing Matter

Public relations consultant at FTI Consulting; worked with Davis
Manafort International LLC on public relations campaign in Ukraine.

Editor of the National Interest, the periodical that officially hosted
candidate Trump’s April 2016 foreign policy speech.

White House communications director (Aug. 2017 m Mar. 2018) and
press secretary for the Trump Campaign.

NBC News anchor who interviewed President Trump on May 11, 2017.
Chief of staff to Attorney General Jeff Sessions (Feb. 2017 - Oct. 2017).

President of the Russian International Affairs Council and former
Russian foreign minister. Ivan Timofeev told George Papadopoulos that
Ivanov advised on arranging a “Moscow visit” for the Trump Campaign.

Special representative of Vladimir Putin, former Russian deputy prime
minister, and former ‘FSB deputy director. In January 2016, Michael
Cohen emailed the Kremlin requesting to speak to Ivanov.

President Trump’s personal counsel (May 2017 — July 2017).

Son of Peter Katsyv; owner of Russian company Prevezon Holdings Ltd.
and associate of Natalia Veselnitskaya.

Russian businessman and father of Denis Katsyv.
Harm to Ongoing Matter

Vice president at Crocus Group and Aras Agalarov’s deputy in the United
States. He participated in the June 9, 2016 meeting at Trump Tower
between Natalia Veselnitskaya and Trump Campaign officials.

Employee of the Internet Research Agency, which engaged in an “active
measures” social media campaign to interfere in the 2016 US.

presidential election.
White House chief of staff (July 2017 - Jan. 2019).

US. special representative to Afghanistan and former US. ambassador.
He met with Senator Jeff Sessions during foreign policy dinners put
together through the Center for the National Interest.

Russian-Ukrainian political consultant and long-time employee of Paul
Manafort assessed by the FBI to have ties to Russian intelligence.

Former Russian ambassador to the United States and current Russian
senator from Mordovia.

Employee of the New Economic School who informed high-ranking
Russian government officials of Carter Page’s J uiy 2016 visit to Moscow.


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