Robert Mueller Warned, “Stay out of President Trump’s Real Estate Business, or…”
Attorney Jay Sekulow, a Key member of President Trump’s Legal Team involving the Russia probe was quoted saying they would challenge special counsel Robert Mueller if he steers the investigation into anything they consider “outside the scope” of the investigation, specifically into the President’s former business deals.
Previously, the President had told the NY-Ts that Mr. Mueller would be in “violation” of his special court mandate if he were to look into anything outside the allegations of Donald Trump campaign collusion with Russia.
The report comes after Mr. Mueller handed out “quickened” aggrssive and flawed indictments involving money laundering and tax fraud to former Trump Campaign Chairman Paul Manafort and his business associate Rick Gates, incitements that were filed 3 day before the statute of limitation would have foreclosed them.
The special counsel’s probe is allowed to look into anything possibly linking President Trump’s Mampaign and Moscow, including any additional issues that may arise from the nature of the investigation.
Friday, a group of conservative Republican lawmakers introduced a resolution calling for Robert Mueller to recuse himself as special counsel investigating Russian interference in the Y 2016 election.
Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) along with Reps. Andy Biggs (R-AZ) and Louie Gohmert (R-TX), said Mr. Mueller should step down because he was the FBI Director during the investigation of a botched Uranium deal between the Russians and Uranium One, a Canadian energy company, of which a portion of the Uranium reserves required US approval.
Rep. Gaetz’s issue is that despite evidence of corruption, Director Mueller’s FBI did not bring any charges, therefore he should recuse himself from the current investigation of potential collusion between Russian officials and President Donald Trump’s Campaign
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