Special counsel Robert Mueller told a federal court Friday that a “narrowly-tailored” gag order would be appropriate in the case of longtime Trump adviser Roger Stone, noting that public statements by the parties could taint the eventual jury pool
Chris Christie, the former Republican New Jersey governor who served on President Trump’s transition team, said Sunday that the indictment of Roger Stone, a longtime Trump confidant, is “pretty damning.”
Special counsel Robert Mueller on Friday unveiled the indictment of Trump ally Roger Stone, opening a new chapter in the ongoing investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.
The most important line in Robert Mueller’s indictment of Roger Stone may be the one stating that a senior official in Donald Trump’s presidential campaign “was directed” to contact Stone to get information from the organization publishing stolen Democratic National Committee emails.
President Donald Trump will face an intensified level of scrutiny in the new year, with Democratic House committee chairmen poised to comb through every corner of his administration, subpoena his Cabinet and investigate his personal finances, associates and business interests.
Conservative author and conspiracy theorist Jerome Corsi on Wednesday said that special counsel Robert Mueller’s team is “harassing” his family as part of the investigation into possible collusion between Russia and the Trump campaign in 2016