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Mueller probe outgrows its ‘witch hunt’ phase
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December 27, 2017
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If he did nothing wrong, why is he so worried about the investigation???
But the sources familiar with the probe say that such a rapid conclusion is — as one put it — “fanciful.”
As it should be. The Benghazi investigation went on for 3&1/2 years and produced 0 results. This one is less than a year old and 4 people have been indicted and 2 people have pleaded guilty. If there are no further results 2&1/2 years from now then they can shut it down.
Hey Trump! How did your support of Roy Moore go?
let mueller do his work
God bless Bob Mueller.
The talking points that Russian lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya brought to a Trump Tower meeting with top campaign officials, including Donald Trump Jr., in June 2016 were shared with the Kremlin in advance.
It's Mueller Time
Mueller and his team, they say, are pursuing new leads, interrogating new witnesses and collecting a mountain of new evidence, including subpoenaed bank records and thousands of emails from the campaign and the Trump transition.
There is plenty of circumstantial evidence out there that Russia successfully interfered in our elections. Republicans have spent a couple of decades investigating the Clintons, and still the Benghazi and e-mail investigations continue virtually unabated after she has been repeatedly exonerated. I would say rigging our elections by an enemy nation would warrant at least as much vigor and determination. The lack of commitment and the rush to close the investigations while discrediting those associated with it is very troubling to me as an American.
if there was nothing to hide, no reason to lie..
A review of the public record reveals a clear and disturbing pattern: Trump owes much of his business success, and by extension his presidency, to a flow of highly suspicious money from Russia. Over the past three decades, at least 13 people with known or alleged links to Russian mobsters or oligarchs have owned, lived in, and even run criminal activities out of Trump Tower and other Trump properties. Many used his apartments and casinos to launder untold millions in dirty money. Some ran a worldwide high-stakes gambling ring out of Trump Tower—in a unit directly below one owned by Trump. Others provided Trump with lucrative branding deals that required no investment on his part. Taken together, the flow of money from Russia provided Trump with a crucial infusion of financing that helped rescue his empire from ruin, burnish his image, and launch his career in television and politics. “They saved his bacon,” says Kenneth McCallion, a former assistant U.S. attorney in the Reagan administration who investigated ties between organized crime and Trump’s developments in the 1980s.
If it is like Watergate... the special prosecutor will focus on dozens of the smaller wrong doers first .... and work up gradually to the POTUS..
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