Special counsel Robert Mueller is looking to expand his investigation into the 2016 Trump Campaign after his grand jury drew up a new subpoena targeting multiple people
According to NBC News, a subpoena issued by Mueller’s grand jury and sent to a witness by special counsel Robert Mueller, demands several documents from multiple campaign advisors to President Trump.
MUELLER EXPANDS HIS INVESTIGATION
The subpoena requests emails, text messages, work papers, telephone logs and other documents from November 1, 2015. This dates back to just 4 and a half months after President Trump launched his bid for the White House.
The subpoena allegedly involves the following former associates to Trump’s campaign:
Steve Bannon (former strategist), Michael Cohen (personal lawyer),
Rick Gates (former deputy campaign manager), Hope Hicks (communications director) Corey Lewandowski (former campaign manager), Paul Manafort (former campaign manager), Carter Page (campaign aide), Keith Schiller (former bodyguard) and Roger Stone (political operative and campaign adviser).
The President still isn’t directly named in the investigation, however this latest subpoena is the broadest one issued to date and shows Mueller is still determined to find dirt directly tied to President Trump.
This is all despite over a year’s worth of investigating of the Trump Campaign and not one shred of evidence implicates the President of wrongdoing or colluding with Russia. Hence is the reason why Trump labels the probe a “Witch Hunt.”
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