Trump Investigation: Evidence that points towards collusion

Justice department announcements are expected after mid-term elections.

According to long-time policy, prior to the mid-term elections, the Justice Department will be holding off any announcements that could be seen as political in nature. That means any new findings connected to the Trump campaign investigations will not be released until after the election.



So far the investigators have learned that George Papadopoulos, a Trump Campaign policy advisor, had been in contact with a Russian agent. At the time, Russians were looking to offer support to the Trump campaign. Papadopoulos has since been convicted for lying to the FBI.


Trump Tower Meeting

At Trump Tower, senior members of the Trump campaign including Jared Kushner, Donald Trump Jr, and Paul Manafort met with Russian operatives. The meeting seems to be an attempt at collusion between Russia and the campaign.


The Cover-Up

The New York Times has reported that President Trump wrote the so-called Trump Tower memo in which he attempted to create a cover story about the campaign’s meeting with the Russians. Creating the false memo could possibly be enough to charge President Trump with obstruction of justice.


Campaign Manager Convicted

As a result of finding from the investigation, Paul Manafort, the former Trump Campaign Manager has been convicted and is now serving time in prison. Manafort is also reported to be cooperating with the investigators.


Lying to the FBI

National Security Advisor Michael Flynn was forced to resign after it was learned he lied to the FBI about contacts he had with Russian officials while he was working for the Trump transition team. Flynn has since been convicted for lying to the FBI.

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