Robert Mueller money laundering push could spark constitutional crisis

Any move by special counsel Robert Mueller to go beyond collusion and obstruction of justice to probe possible money laundering by President Trump and his family could trigger a major constitutional clash – and present Congress with a massive political headache. With nearly eight months gone by and some $7 million spent on Mr. Mueller’s Russia… Please follow and like us:

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Roger Stone, former Trump adviser, claims Cabinet members are plotting to remove the president

Some members of President Trump’s own Cabinet have discussed plans to remove him from the White House, according to Roger Stone, Mr. Trump’s former presidential campaign adviser. Mr. Stone claimed during a recent interview aired on C-SPAN that he heard that some members of Mr. Trump’s administration have weighed whether they can invoke the 25th Amendment… Please follow and like us:

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Paul Manafort Turns Himself in to the FBI

Paul Manafort, President Donald Trump’s former campaign chairman, turned himself in to federal authorities Monday as part of special counsel Robert Mueller’s probe into Russia’s 2016 election interference. Manafort and his associate, Rick Gates, who also turned himself in on Monday morning, are facing several charges, including money laundering. The New York Times reported that Gates… Please follow and like us:

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