"[Rick] Gates recalled a time on the campaign plane when candidate Trump said, 'get the emails.' [Michael] Flynn said he could use his intelligence sources to get the emails," investigators wrote in a summary of Gates' April 201
"Flynn had the most contacts of Russia of all in the campaign and was in the best position to ask for emails if they were there." investigators also wrote about Gates' interview.
Gates described in an interview with Mueller investigators last year how several close advisers to Trump, members of the Trump family and Trump himself, considered getting stolen documents and pressed efforts, according to investigators.
Gates said that Donald Trump, Jr., will ask where the emails are at family meetings. Michael Flynn, [Jared] Kushner, [Paul] Manafort, [Redacted] [Corey] Lewandowski, Jeff Sessions, and Sam Clovis have expressed interest in Gates, too. . Flynn, [Redacted] [Jeff] Sessions, Kushner and [Donald] Trump Jr. were all focused on opposition topics, "Gates told investigators according to a summary of the interview.
Banon told the attorney's special office that Trump was interested in finding 33,000 Hillary Clinton emails, according to which she had deleted from her personal server, according to documents. Neither Bannon nor Gates said they knew that the Russians had stolen democratic documents, but believed that foreigners had made hacks.
Trump has publicly demanded that Russia find the missing emails when he spoke at a rally in the campaign in 2016.  Fox News host Sean Haniti also made several appearances in the interview notes, clarifying exactly how much intertwining of the original television personality became involved with Trump's political operation in 2016. "
" [Rick] Gates said during the Trump campaign, and [campaign chairman Paul] Manafort often spoke with Sean Hannity in their offices, "special lawyer investigators note that Gates told them said in April 2018  Manafort, according to released documents, also emailed Trump's son-in-law, Jared Kushner, and the other three days before the 2016 presidential election, saying that Manafort had informed Haniti.
Much of the interview notes are still being edited by the Ministry of Justice.