The Washington Post and The New York Times reported last night (July 20th) that,
President Trump‘s attorneys are investigating aides to Special Counsel Robert Mueller as a way to push back against Mueller’s investigation into Russian interference in the presidential election and possible contact with Trump’s presidential campaign. The Post said Trump’s legal team was looking for ways to undercut Mueller’s role by searching for conflicts of interest among Mueller and his team, including political affiliations and work history, and looking into how Trump can use his powers to pardon people. The Post also reported that Trump has asked if he would be able to pardon himself. However, the legal issue isn’t clear, since no president has ever tried to pardon himself.
Meanwhile, Bloomberg reported that Mueller’s investigators are looking into Trump’s business transactions with Russians, including apartment purchases in his buildings and the 2013 Miss Universe pageant held in Moscow.
Can you say – COVER UP, GUILTY, TREASON???