The Robert Mueller’s investigation has now reached it’s highest peak, forcing President Trump and his inner circle further into the corner of political danger.
A tirade of recent discoveries “have, at least, indicated that there is fire amid all that smoke,” suggested Frank Montoya Jr., a retired FBI special agent who was also detailed to the Office of the Director of National Intelligence though 2012 into 2014.
New revelations have be unveiled at an overwhelming pace during the past few days.
The Washington Post revealed on Wednesday that Mueller had seized evidence that suggests a meeting in Seychelles shortly before Trump’s inauguration was a ploy to create a way of communcation between his team and Russia.
The special counsel is also now investigating whether Jared Kushner’s family business dealings have directly influenced U.S. foreign policy.
Mueller’s team has also recently secured the cooperation of a hitherto-marginal figure, Lebanese-American businessman George Nader, who was stopped and questioned by the FBI at Washington Dulles International Airport back in January.
Former Trump campaign aide Sam Nunberg showed up at a federal court in Washington, D.C., this Friday in order to testify before a grand jury after previously threatening to ignore a subpoena issued by special counsel Robert Mueller.
Nunberg’s testimony follows the aftermath of a bizarre series of television interviews on Monday in which he revealed that he had been subpoenaed by Mueller’s investigators, who called upon him to turn over his correspondences with Trump and several other top campaign and White House officials.