More Russia bombshells are set to drop as Special Counsel Robert Mueller is pursuing Trump campaign meetings and contacts with foreign officials that have not been made public.
The Washington Post reported:
Mueller’s investigators are also still actively mapping out all the attempts by Russian nationals and people with ties to Russian President Vladimir Putin’s government to connect with and possibly infiltrate the Trump campaign. So far, at least nine people in Trump’s orbit had contact with Russians during the campaign or the transition to the White House, according to Mueller’s charging documents and interviews and records obtained by The Washington Post.
Witnesses questioned by Mueller’s team warn that investigators are asking about other foreign contacts and meetings that have not yet become public, and to expect a series of new revelations. Investigators are especially focused on foreign officials’ contacts with Michael Flynn, a campaign adviser and later Trump’s national security adviser, witnesses said.
The White House should be terrified, but the President appears to be too arrogant to understand what is happening. Robert Mueller is doing a criminal sweep of his campaign and finances. This investigation is not going away anytime soon. In fact, it is going to get much worse for Donald Trump.
Flynn, Donald Trump Jr., and Jared Kushner look like three central targets of the investigation. The Russia probe is going to reach Trump’s White House. There is a good possibility that someone close to the president or even a member of his own family gets charged.
The Mueller investigation is heating up, so the American people should get ready for a winter of bombshells that will rock the Trump administration.
Mr. Easley is the founder/managing editor, who is White House Press Pool, and a Congressional correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason has a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science. His graduate work focused on public policy, with a specialization in social reform movements.
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