Robert Mueller is preparing the nastiest surprise attack on Donald Trump yet
Robert Mueller is moving in for the kill.
The special counsel appears to be preparing a massive indictment.
And this is the nastiest surprise attack on Donald Trump yet.
Mueller has Roger Stone in his crosshairs.
Now he is dragging investigative journalist Jerome Corsi back in front of the grand jury for a second time.
Mueller believes Corsi had advanced knowledge of WikiLeaks releasing hacked emails from the Democrats.
Now he wants to know what he told Stone.
ABC News reports:
Corsi, who until recently served as the Washington, D.C., bureau chief for the controversial far-right media outlet Infowars, is one of at least 11 individuals associated with political operative Roger Stone — a longtime and close ally of President Donald Trump — who have been contacted by the special counsel.
Much remains unknown about Mueller’s interest in Stone. But in recent weeks, Corsi has emerged as a central figure of interest to Mueller as he builds his case, sources confirm to ABC News. Corsi, who Stone told ABC News he has known for years, has frequently appeared with Stone on-air for Infowars, where Stone currently serves as a contributor.
Mueller’s interest in Corsi is believed to stem from his alleged early discussions about efforts to unearth then-candidate Hillary Clinton’s emails. The special counsel has evidence that suggests Corsi may have had advance knowledge that the email account of Clinton’s campaign manager, John Podesta, had been hacked and that WikiLeaks had obtained a trove of damning emails from it, two sources with direct knowledge of the matter told ABC News.
He also wants to know what Stone may have said to Trump campaign officials.
That’s why Mueller also interviewed Trump campaign CEO Steve Bannon for a second time.
Mueller needs to put points on the board to justify his witch hunt.
And he looks ready to charge Stone even though there is no evidence he colluded with any Russians.