Ever since it was revealed that favorite son-in-law Jared Kushner and former National Security Advisor Mike Flynn met with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak at Trump Tower in December, folks have been wondering how this was possible, given that there is no video footage of Kislyak entering Trump Tower. Well, there is one curious possibility. According to work space listing website, Regus.com, surveillance-clad Trump ally Carter Page's Global Energy Capital Manhattan office is located at 590 Madison Avenue.

Walk this way, talk this way

So what, you might ask?

Apparently, there exists a private walkway not visible to those on the outside and it provides immediate access between Carter Page's office building and Trump Tower. Could this have been the way Sergey Kislyak slipped in for his meeting, and if so, why the secrecy? It's not like he's some sort of rock star who is easy pickings for a fan-crazed mob. This begs the question, who else might have traveled via this "secret tunnel" for clandestine meetings? And now that it has come to light that seven countries have evidence of collusion between the Trump team and the Russians, it should come as no surprise if FISA warrants were issued for others caught up in suspicious conversations with certain characters from Moscow.

Furthermore, there is that issue of the mysterious Trump Tower-Russian file server. Just where exactly was this thing located? Ironically, the server was shut down three days prior to the announcement that Carter Page was leaving the Trump campaign. Naturally, it is easy to speculate that the computer server could have been physically sitting in or near Page's office.

As far as anyone can tell, the FBI may still be investigating the oddly frequent activity which took place on the server.

Carter should take a page out of the books of Trump's vanquished allies

What is also strange is Page's media circuit tour. No one can understand why he would avail himself for interviews since reports of the FBI being granted a FISA warrant last summer to surveil him are widely known.

Although his interviews are more vaguely baiting and twitchy than they are informative, Page seems strangely camera-focused, unlike those in the FBI's hot seat. Notice how Mike Flynn, Paul Manafort and Boris Epshteyn are as quiet as lawyered-up church mice. Meanwhile, Carter Page is singing like a bird, minus the lyrics most people are waiting to hear.