While many details of Robert Mueller’s investigation remain in the shadows, it is highly likely that he’s sitting on rather damning evidence, believes Brian Beutler of Crooked. Recently it was revealed that Paul Manafort had been misleading him after having agreed to be a witness in the case. However, Mueller indicated that he may have known this already. Donald Trump angrily lashing out at him on Twitter suggests that he may be worried. While the special counsel won’t reveal what he knows until the very end, the fact that Trump and Manafort are trying to thwart his investigation shows they are afraid of what might end up being revealed.
Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation is built upon a shaky foundation, born from partisanship, not justice-seeking, argue David Bossie and Corey Lewandowski in Fox News. The FBI started investigating the Trump campaign based on the unreliable Steele Dossier. Its flaws were made clear by media organizations, which had access to the dossier months before its publication but refused to release it due to its outlandish claims. Throughout the probe, the FBI leaked information to the press to create a media storm around the allegations. This resulted in the investigation that Mueller now leads, which has failed to prove any wrongdoing.