The Manafort memo on Friday "will be public," Mueller's office tells me, indicating prosecutors will detail for all to read what prosecutors believe the ex-Trump campaign chair lied about. Should be interesting reading.
Endgame: Mueller's prosecutors are telling defense lawyers they are "tying up loose ends" in the Russia probe as they prepare to file 3 crucial memos this week on their most high profile defendants: Flynn, Manafort and Cohen.
I have champagne chilling: “Mueller’s prosecutors have told defense lawyers in recent weeks that they are “tying up loose ends” in their investigation.”
Can anyone convince me that Mueller’s findings, however damning or conclusive or shocking, will ultimately matter in this post-truth hellscape? Half the country is primed to dismiss it, as is 1 of our 2 major parties. What difference will it make?
Mueller preparing endgame for Russia investigation via