“. . . the question is whether Mueller will be able to build a case that goes all the way to the top.” There is definitely something fishy going on between Trump and Putin, and even the standard-bearers of the Republican party now agree. What do you think Mueller can accomplish?
The patient, sophisticated and very aggressive prosecution of the energy giant could signal how he will handle the Russia investigation.
It seems safe to assume that nobody read Donald Trump Jr.’s damning emails with a Kremlin-connected lawyer more closely than Robert Mueller.
Mueller, the special counsel investigating possible ties between the Trump campaign and Russian officials, will surely be making calls to everyone involved in the now infamous meeting, including the president’s son; the president’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner; and his this campaign chairman at the time, Paul Manafort.
As he does, the question is whether Mueller will be able to build a case that goes all the way to the top.
That could depend on what lessons he learned from overseeing the task force that investigated one of the biggest fraud cases in American history: the collapse of the energy giant Enron.
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