Donald Trump made a campaign promise to build a wall along the Mexican-American border. Several months in, that overall agenda has been stalled in Congress. But with the mounting scandals and a -- now, Criminal Investigation against the President and his campaign aides; he has already completed the construction of near impenetrable wall made of his own special council built around him. The purpose of that wall is to keep the special prosecutor and his team from getting through. On Saturday, a new report by the New York Times revealed that Donald Trump's eldest son Donald Trump Jr, his former campaign manager Paul Manafort, and son-in-law Jared Kushner met with a Kremlin lawyer on June 9, 2016 at the Trump Tower.

Corallo spins conspiracy theory

Immediately after the story was published, the spokesman for the President's personal lawyer Marc Kasowitz, Mark Corallo, released a statement saying that the Russian lawyer they met last year had misrepresented themself through the entire meeting and that it was a "set up". He then went as far as to imply that not only was the Kremlin lawyer, Natalia Veselnitskaya possibly connected to Democratic operatives, but that it creates the possibility that Democrats were behind the meddling of the 2016 Presidential Election. He continued to suggest that she and her translator were trying to make an improper connection between the Trump family and Russian officials to sabotage their campaign.

Legal artillery against special prosecutor

It's been reported that right after the fallout of President Trump's firing of James Comey when Robert Mueller was named as the special prosecutor, the President began to build his legal wall of defense in an attempt to hold off Mueller's investigation. This included the hiring of his own personal lawyer to lead a team of other attorneys that would create the beginnings of a war room-kind of environment where they would be able to absorb, spin and retaliate against other reports targeting the President.

It was reported, however, that the war room idea ended up being scrapped.

Protecting Trump's personal lawyer

Trump's personal lawyer Marc Kasowitz would be the go-to person for Mueller. But then it was reported that the head of the White House communications team resigned in May, which like many other open positions in agencies the administration wants to weaken, they did not fill.

Now, with the consistent churn of reports about collusion with Russian officials, reports about hearings with congressional committees, and Mueller's growing team of hardboiled investigators, President Trump had to bring in Marc Corallo who would end up providing cover for Marc Kasowitz, both who will be fending off Mueller and preventing his investigation from penetrating President Trump's wall.