Michael Rogers in the Mueller Report - 101 Mentions

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March 26, 2017, the day alter the President called Coats, the President called NSA Director Admiral Michael

with the Russians difficult.348 The President told Rogers “the thing with the Russians [wa]s messing

The President also said that the news stories linking him with Russia were not true and asked Rogers

17 302, at 3-4. 3“ Rogers 6/12/17 302, at 4. 34" Ledgett 6/13/17 302, at 1-2; see Rogers 6/12/17 302

2 Ledgett 6/13/17 302, at 2—3; Rogers 6/12/17 302, at 4. 56

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Department of Justice mama investigation itself.353 Rogers later testified in a congressional

ever feeling pressured to do so.”354 In addition to the specific comments made to Coats, Pompeo, and Rogers

President said “he was trying to run the country and the cloud of this Russia business was making 353 Rogers

Transcripts, at 20) (testimony by Admiral Michael Rogers, Director of the National Security Agency).

1, 3; Pompeo 6/28/17 302, at 2-3. 3“ Gistaro 6/14/17 302, at 1. 357 Pompeo 6/28/17 302, at 2. 35“ Rogers

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analyzing the President’s reaction to Sessions’s recusal and the requests he made to Coats, Pompeo, Rogers

The other outreaches by the President during this period were similar in nature; The President asked Rogers

These requests, while significant enough _. that Rogers thought it important to document the encounter

the President’s intent in trying to prevent Sessions’s recusal, and in reaching out to Coats, Pompeo, Rogers

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The President told Coats he “can’t do anything with Russia,” he told Rogers that “the thing with the

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The President complained to Rogers that “the thing with the Russians [was] messing up” his ability to

during and after the election that he had no connection to Russia, the Trump Organization, through Michael

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., Michael S. Schmidt, In a Private Dinner, Trump Demanded Loyalty.

Comey Demurred, New York Times (May 11, 2017); Michael S.

On June 12, 2017, the Special Counsel’s Office interviewed Admiral Rogers in the presence of agency counsel

Rogers 6/ 12/17 302, at 1. On June 13, the Special Counsel’s Office interviewed Ledgett.

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his request for Comey’s loyalty; his request that Comey “let[] Flynn go”; his outreach to Coats and Rogers

issued in FBI ’s Russia investigation, CNN (May 9, 2017); Matt Ford, Why Mueller Is Taking Over {he Michael

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, “2 Maggie Haberman & Katie Rogers, “How Did We End Up Here?

Layne, Trump lawyer: Manafort said nothing damaging in Mueller interviews, Reuters (Oct. 22, 2018); Michael

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Aleksandra Kushner, Jared Kuznetsov, Sergey Landrum, Pete Lavrov, Sergey Ledeen, Barbara Ledeen, Michael

He communicated with Michael Cohen about a possible meeting between Vladimir Putin and candidate Trump

Senate staffer and associate of Michael Flynn who sought to obtain Hillary Clinton emails during the

director of the National Security Agency (Jan. 2014 — Apr. 2017); present when President Trump called Michael

Rogers on March 26, 2017.

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Department of Justice WWHWW Prikhodko, Sergei Prince, Erik Raffel, Josh Rasin, Alexei Rogers, Michael

Real-estate adviser who worked with Michael Cohen to pursue a Trump Tower Moscow project.

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