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Jared Kushner's team turned over documents to special counsel in Russia investigation

06 Novembre 2017

Former Democratic National Chairman Howard Dean (D-VT) predicted on Sunday that President Donald Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner will be indicted for money laundering as a part of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's Russian Federation investigation.

The questions around Kushner's involvement suggest that the investigation is moving toward the President's inner circle. The Russia investigation is such a party matter, and this means that any former government official who participated in deliberations or a decision about the Russia investigation-for example the White House decision to fire FBI Director James Comey because of the Russia investigation-may not represent back to the government on behalf of anyone else with intent to influence a government decision about the Russia investigation. He would be among a list of people the investigators would be asking about, the source said.

Cobb, in contrast, has stressed his relationship with Mueller that has spanned decades as an asset to the president, and underscored repeatedly to Trump that more cooperation will help end the investigation sooner.

Sources told CNN that Kushner is not a target of the investigation. A lawyer for Kushner did not comment.

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"We believe we may well have a criminal in the White House", Dean lamented as Levell groaned. White House sources say it was the President alone who made that decision after watching Comey's congressional testimony May 3.

A federal grand jury on Monday unsealed indictments against former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort, 68, and his longtime business partner, Rick Gates, 45, in the first charges in Mueller's investigation.

Dean added: "I think you're going to eventually see either the Flynns are going to plead guilty or... cooperate for some leniency". He also established multiple contacts with Russians and other foreign nationals that he did not initially disclose on forms when he joined the government.

Dean declared special counsel Robert Mueller a "straight shooter" and then predicted that after former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn and his son were indicted, Mueller would go after Kushner next.