Federal prosecutors subpoena venture capitalist who gave $1.1 million to Trump inauguration despite funneling cash to Clinton before she lost – but he insists he was just 'networking' with massive donations | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Federal prosecutors subpoena venture capitalist who gave $1.1 million to Trump inauguration despite funneling cash to Clinton before she lost – but he insists he was just 'networking' with massive donations

Venture capitalist Imaad Zuberi was a longtime Democratic donor to Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama who shifted his dollars to the right after the 2016 election and gave more than $1.1 million to Donald Trump's inauguration committee.

His massive contribution put him under the lens of federal prosecutors in the Southern District of New York - he and his Avenue Ventures company are the only donors listed by name in investigators' subpoena of records from the Trump inaugural committee.

Zuberi, who is an American, defended his donations and told The New York Times they were 'more of a networking thing,' intended to help him meet people who could help him with a New York real estate investment fund.

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