Report: Probe has Trump adviser under scrutiny

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WASHINGTON (AP) — The Washington Post is reporting that a current senior White House adviser is under scrutiny as part of an investigation into possible coordination between the Trump campaign and Russia.

The newspaper is citing unidentified people familiar with the investigation. The adviser under scrutiny is not named, but described as someone close to Trump.

The Post says the revelation comes as the investigation appears to be entering a more open and active phase, with investigators conducting interviews and using a grand jury to issue subpoenas.

Current administration officials who have acknowledged contacts with Russian officials include Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner, Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson.

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  • steve thomas

    I really wish that Trump would say to his accusers “Either put up,or shut up!”. If they have absolute proof of their allegations that are grounds for impeachment, then let the country know what they are exactly so any legal action can begin. If not, close your mouths immediately and let the country try to return to some sort of normalcy, if that’s possible, for the sake of the us all.

  • Laughing Out Loud

    Once again, we have news without a single shed of evidence, as related by Senator Feinstein. I have nearly reached the end of my rope on this, and if the propagandists don’t shape up, I’m gonna take them over my knee.

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