Russian Pop Star Trolls Trump-Russia Conspiracy

Pop star connected to Trump Russia scandal hints at saucier elements of dossier in new music video

President Trump is referenced throughout Emin's new music video

The Trump-Russia scandal just took another freakish turn - this time in the form of a head-scratching music video created by the aspiring Russian pop star who helped arrange the infamous Trump Tower meeting involving Donald Trump Jr. and several Russians.

Agalarov trolled Trump, the Russian Federation investigation, the Steele dossier and its most salacious allegation, the porn star Stormy Daniels, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, Trump's daughter and son-in-law, and former Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.

A Russian singer linked to the infamous 2016 Trump Tower meeting released a music video Monday trolling the allegations of ties between the Trump campaign and Russia and depicting figures from adult film star Stormy Daniels to President TrumpDonald John TrumpCohen's lawyers argue 12,000 items protected by attorney-client privilege: reports Former migrant detention facility worker leaks footage from inside facility to MSNBC Trump misidentifies Appalachian Trail as "Tallahassee Trail" while mocking Sanford MORE himself.

There are other puzzling moments in the video. The action then abruptly cuts to the figure watching the monitors - the actor playing Kim, who munches on popcorn and laughs maniacally.

Halfway through the video, he lies down as Russian models jump on a hotel bed, with Trump eyeing them in what appears to be a veiled reference to the speculated "golden showers" tape.

In his latest music video, posted on Youtube on Tuesday, Emin sings "You really got me good" while seemingly orchestrating meetings between Donald and Ivanka Trump, Hillary Clinton and Mark Zuckerberg. The feed cuts to Emin handing Trump a silver briefcase again, which apparently contains money or compromising footage of Clinton.

Daniels has been a staple in the media since it emerged that Trump's longtime personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, paid her $130,000 in October 2016 in exchange for her silence about an affair she alleges she had with Trump.

Later, all the characters - except the man watching the surveillance footage - are shown drinking, smoking, and playing poker together while betting money.

Trump, though, has claimed that Clinton and Democrats had colluded with Russian Federation, claiming they were behind the dossier all along. In the end, the person is revealed to be North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.

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