One-Eyed-Jack Law

Robert Mueller on Capitol Hill in 2012. (Yuri Gripas/Reuters)
Criminals and partisans, accusing others of criminality and partisanship

NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE R obert Mueller’s legal team may write a damning report on Trump’s ethics, based mostly on flipping minor former business associates of Trump’s and transient campaign officials by threatening them with long prison sentences.

So far, we know that the U.S. government decided to intervene in a political campaign to help one candidate and to smear the other — under the pretext of Russian “collusion.” And so it hired or made use of spies and informants including Hank Greenberg, Stefan Halper, Felix Sater, and others to contact Trump campaign officials to catch them in supposed collusion traps. It enlisted the help of

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