Surely we’ll find out about Trump’s hush-money payments, but what else? He can’t discuss things that the Mueller probe is still looking into, so what exactly will he be able to tell congressional investigators?
A top Democrat said on Friday that the House Intelligence Committee will soon open an in-depth investigation into the finances of President Donald Trump. This committee probe will involve a detailed look into the long history of alleged criminal money laundering activities which may have provided a substantial part of the president’s fortune and real estate empire.
Rep. Adam Schiff has some big plans next year when he takes the chairmanship of the House Intelligence Committee from Devin Nunes. And those plans involve destroying the presidency of Donald Trump.
Schiff is one of a number of House members who will rise to power when Democrats take control of the House in January. Through a series of targeted hearings and investigations he plans to bring down Donald Trump and neutralize his presidency. And this will be accomplished without requiring impeachment either.
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist David Cay Johnston is now reporting that an international human rights organization has requested that prosecutors in The Netherlands open a criminal investigation into several multi-billion dollar money laundering schemes that were facilitated by Donald Trump’s lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, and a law firm where he used to work.
Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) wants to investigate the allegation that Trump laundered money for Russia if Democrats win control of the House.
Rep. Adam Schiff, the ranking Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, brought up the possibility that Trump may be compromised because he was laundering money for Russia,
Former Bush ethics lawyer Richard Painter said that it is over for Trump as his and family's money laundering game is up.
Both the FBI and Special Counsel Robert Mueller are looking at the financial transactions between the Trump family, Trump associates, and Russians for potential money laundering.