WATCH: Lewandowski Dismisses Carter Page as 'Low-Level Volunteer'
On "The Story," Martha MacCallum questioned former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski about statements he made about whether he met former adviser Carter Page.
In a transcript released Monday by the House Intelligence Committee, Carter Page, who was a foreign policy adviser to Trump when he was a candidate, told the committee he “briefly said hello to” Russian Deputy Prime Minister Arkady Dvorkovich when he traveled to Russia for a speech.
Page also told the panel he had informed some members of the Trump campaign about the trip, and he had planned to share information with them about what he had learned.
Page often has been contradictory about whom he met on the trip, but his testimony Thursday during a lengthy, behind-closed-doors appearance was under oath.
Lewandowski told Judge Jeanine Pirro earlier this year that he and Trump never met Page.
He doubled down on those remarks to MacCallum: "To the best of my recollection I don't know Carter Page. He had no formal role in the campaign."
Asked about Page's trip to Russia and his testimony that he told campaign officials, Lewandowski said he has no authority over a "low level volunteer [who] takes a trip overseas."
He said he would tell Page and anyone else traveling abroad not to act as a representative of the campaign.
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