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Corsi: I Cooperated, But Got Snared in Mueller 'Perjury Trap'

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By    |   Tuesday, 27 November 2018 09:18 PM

Writer Jerome Corsi, an associate of Trump confidant Roger Stone, said Tuesday night that he gave special counsel Robert Mueller's investigators "everything they wanted," but now faces possible felony charges after getting caught in their "perjury trap."

In an interview with Fox News' Tucker Carlson, the 72-year-old Corsi said "for having forgotten" he forwarded an email from Stone that had sought a brokered meeting with WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.

"I am now being charged with willfully and knowingly giving false information, which is nonsense."

"My memory was not perfect," he said.

"I gave my computer for the special counsel, I gave them my cell phone. I gave them all of my email accounts. I gave them everything they wanted, my Twitter accounts, I signed permission and handed all this over," he said.

But on the first day when he was interviewed by the prosecutors, "I didn't remember that email" from Stone asking about an Assange meeting.

"When I came back, I amended the testimony to say that I now remember the email," he explained. "The special counsel was happy with that until I couldn't give them what they wanted, which was a connection that I had with Assange, which they assumed I have . . . which I didn't have."

Corsi said the Mueller team conducted "what I call a perjury trap."

"They ask you a question, they have material they want to show you, you have forgotten about it . . . It's a memory test," he said of the Russia collusion investigation.

"It's completely rigged," he added. "And it's politically driven by Clinton operatives who have an agenda. If you . . . can't give them what they are looking for to fill their narrative, they blow you up and charge you with a crime."

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Writer Jerome Corsi gave special counsel Robert Mueller's investigators "everything they wanted," but now faces possible felony charges after getting caught in their "perjury trap," he told Fox News' "Tucker Carlson Tonight."
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