12 Facts About Alexandra Chalupa


Alexandra Chalupa is an American who was co-chair of the Democratic National Committee's Ethnic Council.

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Alexandra Chalupa attended Davis Senior High School, pursued peace and conflict studies at UC Berkeley, and received her JD degree from UC Davis.

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In 2014, Alexandra Chalupa began to research the Revolution of Dignity for a pro bono client unrelated to the DNC.

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The day after the campaign announced Manafort's joining, Alexandra Chalupa briefed the DNC's communications staff on Manafort's and Trump's ties to Russia.

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Alexandra Chalupa claimed the embassy was coordinating with Chalupa and the Clinton campaign on investigating Manafort.

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Alexandra Chalupa began repeating the story in 2019 to US right-wing media, Trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani, and House Intelligence Committee minority chair Devin Nunes.

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Alexandra Chalupa denied that the DNC asked her to collect information from the embassy.

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Alexandra Chalupa became convinced it was Russia-linked when two more family cars were broken into and ransacked but nothing was stolen.

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Alexandra Chalupa mentioned the incident to Shulyar, who told her it resembled intimidation campaigns used against foreigners in Russia.

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Alexandra Chalupa began receiving death threats in the second half of 2016.

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Alexandra Chalupa denied the claims, saying that she acted as a part time consultant in 2016, and that she was never asked by DNC officials to “go to the Ukrainian Embassy to collect information.

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Alexandra Chalupa responded that she would welcome the opportunity to testify and push back against the Republican narrative about her involvement with Ukrainian officials.

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