By the Associated Press
Before Rob Goldstone sent Donald Trump Jr. the email that would become the focus of perhaps the most pivotal political investigation in history, he recalls saying: “No good could come of this.”
In this Sept. 24, 2018, photo, Rob Goldstone poses for photographs, in New York. Goldstone has been decried as everything from a traitor to a buffoon for his role in setting up the infamous meeting at Trump Tower that has triggered investigations into the role of Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election. Goldstone’s life crumbled but with his new book,” Pop Stars, Pageants & Presidents: How An Email Trumped My Life” he’s attempting to set the record straight and rehabilitate his image. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan/ MANILA BULLETIN)
His statement turned out to be right, at least for him: His life was turned upside down, it has led to a political scandal as well as investigations into the role of Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election, and he has even testified in the Robert Mueller probe into the issue.
Goldstone is now attempting to set the record straight and get his life back on track with his new book, “Pop Stars, Pageants & Presidents: How An Email Trumped My Life.”