It’s been another crazy week in Washington, folks! The Trump-Russia collusion investigation is finally heating up, with CNN reporting that special counsel Robert Mueller has filed his first charges.
The report did not say who was being charged or what the charges were, but as usual, speculation abounded about those in President Trump’s inner circle, particularly former campaign chairman Paul Manafort and former national security adviser Mike Flynn.
President Trump’s attorney Ty Cobb has one message for those who think the president or his colleagues are the ones who will be going down: it’s not happening.
Cobb told the New York Times on Saturday:
“The president has no concerns in terms of any impact, as to what happens to them, on his campaign or on the White House.”
Cobb stated that documents given to Mueller by the White House showed no evidence of any collusion with Russia, and reiterated that the president was fully cooperating with the investigation and expects a positive result:
“I think the path that he chose of trying to minimize conflict and maximize cooperation is one that benefits the country as he tries to erase this cloud,”
“Which I think he will ultimately achieve.”
Welp, there ya have it, folks. Mueller’s charges could result in an arrest as early as Monday, but President Trump remains confident that he and his team will come out unscathed.
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