Breaking News, James Comey, Jeff Sessions, President Donald Trump, Robert Mueller, Russia


By Darrell Roberts

A breaking CNN report states that the first charges in the special counsel’s Russia investigation were approved on Friday.  The charges filed from the Robert Mueller led counsel remain under a court order seal.  As a result, both the charges and the accused currently remain publicly unknown.   CNN’s sources state, “Plans were prepared Friday for anyone charged to be taken into custody as soon as Monday, the sources said. It is unclear what the charges are.”

On Friday, Mueller’s team was observed entering the DC courtroom where the Russia investigation grand jury convenes.  Now, the questions begin.  Who is being charged?  What are the Charges?

This comes on the heels of the report that the head of Cambridge Analytica, Alexander Nix, contacted Julian Assange and WikiLeaks.  The purpose of Mr. Nix’s contact was to offer direct assistance to WikiLeaks on the release of Hillary Clinton’s 33,000 ‘missing emails.’

This breaking story was initially reported by The Daily Beast, Mr. Assange acknowledged the story and stated, “We can confirm an approach by Cambridge Analytica and can confirm that it was rejected by WikiLeaks.”

After The Daily Beast’s report, the Trump campaign’s executive director, Michael S. Glassner, issued the following statement:

“Once President Trump secured the nomination in 2016, one of the most important decisions we made was to partner with the Republican National Committee on data analytics. Leading into the election, the RNC had invested in the most sophisticated data targeting program in modern American in history, which helped secure our victory in the fall. We were proud to have worked with the RNC and its data experts and relied on them as our main source for data analytics. We as a campaign made the choice to rely on the voter data of the Republican National Committee to help elect President Donald J. Trump. Any claims that voter data from any other source played a key role in the victory are false.”

Stay tuned to Eat Pray Vote to receive updates to this developing story.
In the meantime, perhaps one may wish to review recent developments and previous articles pertaining to Trump/Russia:  

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