The pop publicist was catapulted into the spotlight by his email setting up the infamous Trump Tower meeting: ‘It’s a lot for a boy from Manchester’
Donald Trump would drive over you to get to his gold toilet. He probably didn’t watch sex workers urinate in a Moscow hotel. His relationship with Russia is a “love fest” and it’s not out of the question that he colluded to win the 2016 election. His son was certainly willing to try.
This much to chew on comes from an hour in the company of Rob Goldstone, the Manchester-born tabloid journalist turned publicist who became a star turn in the never-ending Trump circus, then a piece in the jigsaw puzzle that is the investigation into the president’s links with Moscow.