Former Deputy Director of the FBI Andrew McCabe told CNN's Erin Burnett on Tuesday that the indictment of longtime Trump ally Tom Barrack could pose trouble for former Trump officials if he chooses to cooperate with prosecutors.During the interview, Burnett noted that Barrack was the chairman of former President Donald Trump's 2017 inauguration, which has also come under scrutiny from prosecutors for potential illegally spent funds."They are investigating possible misuse of funds and this could relate to members of the Trump family, right?" she asked McCabe. "Jared and Ivanka were intimately involved with the inaugural committee. Barrack knows anything there is to know about this. Could that be part of what this is about, for Barrack to give information on Trump or Trump family members?https://www.salon.com/2021/07/21/new-indictment-could-open-pandoras-box-for-trump-officials--including-ivanka-and-jared-analyst_partner/
pointless news to occupy retirees' time.
>>893665>pointless news to occupy retirees' time.tRump lostAnd barrack gonna get 2 yrs unless he flips, but then Saudis chop him up.https://www.nytimes.com/2021/07/20/us/thomas-barrack-trump-indicted.htmlhttps://www.motherjones.com/politics/2021/07/top-trump-adviser-arrested-and-charged-with-secretly-lobbying-for-the-uae/https://www.cnbc.com/2021/07/20/thomas-barrack-chairman-of-trump-2017-inaugural-fund-arrested-on-federal-charge.htmlhttps://www.aljazeera.com/news/2021/7/20/us-charges-trump-ally-with-undisclosed-lobbying-for-uaeTom Barrack, a former adviser to former President Donald Trump, was charged with illegal foreign lobbying on behalf of the United Arab Emirates and being a SWAMP CREATURE
>>893670>unless he flipsHe'll take the 2 yrs in minimum security white collar criminal jail with tennis courts and mini golf
>>893902Why are you bumping without adding to the discussion?
>>893904lol noone cares
>Trump Crime Family>Not a single member convicted of a crime>Article talks about someone with no familial relation to the TrumpsGod you faggots are so fucking desperate
>>894204>Not a single member convicted of a crimeSoon.
>>894209Cool so then you admit the you and the members of the media are committing libel. No wonder no one takes the media and left serious anymore. Then again who can tell the difference between the two
>>894216Yeah, like T**** needs help becoming unpopular.
>>894216>trump dindu nuffin>he a good boiThis is what you sound like.
>>893662As ever, the real story is that they were shitty enough at doing dirt that they couldn't keep their hands *totally* clean. Hardly among the greats of American political theater, no? Two impeachments? My word.
>>894227>Trump did some'thin >I know he's a naughty boyThis is what you faggots sound like
>>894209>>894227>This will finally be the end of orange darumphth!>two more weeks!He's been out of office for 7 months now and you retards are still playing this game lol
>>894248We may never get the orange shitstained DON, but we may get his in-laws and kids.Vengeance is a dish best served cold.
>Trump Crime FamilyWhat crimes have they been convicted of?
>>894209>Not a single member convicted of a crime>Soon.Soon? just like the recounts XD**** no one important will get convicted.
>>894285making mentally ill leftists seethe.. so sad.
>>894300We'll get Unindicted Co-conspirator #1, don't worry.
>>894404>calling someone without convictions a crime familyInnocent until proven guilty.
Yeah. Sure. And some idiots on this board will believe Biden's statement the Republicans are the ones behind 'Defund the Police' too.
>>894411>Innocent by cause of financial settlement outside of court, your honor
>>894411>In June 2016, USA Today published an analysis of litigation involving Donald Trump, which found that over the previous three decades Trump and his businesses have been involved in 3,500 legal cases in U.S. federal and state courts, an unprecedented number for a U.S. presidential candidate. Of the 3,500 suits, Trump or one of his companies were plaintiffs in 1,900; defendants in 1,450; and bankruptcy, third party, or other in 150. Trump was named in at least 169 suits in federal court. Over 150 other cases were in the Seventeenth Judicial Circuit Court of Florida (covering Broward County, Florida) since 1983. In the 1,300 cases where the record establishes the outcome, Trump settled 175 times, lost 38, won 450, and had another 137 cases end with some other outcome. In the other 500 cases, judges dismissed plaintiffs' claims against Trump.
>>894413The democrat party is not for defunding the police. That's a republican myth.
>>894404What was the Trump family convicted of anon?
>>894430I will not be surprised at all when Jared K's offenses are brought to light. His father is a tax evader and tamperer just like daddy D. They probably share one playbook
>>894404>Wikipedia>Online Forum>Leftist Think TankOh Kek, what hard hitting evidence right there. Just 2 more weeks faggots. Keep dilating till then.
Trump inauguration chairman Tom Barrack on fed charges, Kushner,Ivanka next?nopeBarrack will do the 2 yrs in comfort and not turn rat.