21 March 2019

What We Already Know

Much of America and the rest of the world is eagerly awaiting release of a report from Special Counsel Robert Mueller, who leads the criminal investigation into Donald Trump and his associates. When that report will be submitted to the Justice Department and when it becomes public is anyone's guess.

Nevertheless, based on the various indictments and mainstream media reporting, a good deal is already known about the sprawling Trump-Russia scandal. To that end, the New York Times published another one of their terrific interactive features yesterday (link here) that provides a great cheat sheet of all the people caught up in the massive scandal as well as the various subplots.

Given that Mueller runs a pretty much leak-proof operation, the public has been surprised in the past when unexpected individuals are indicted. The chance of that still happening, as well as revelations about other subplot scandals appearing the final report, are good.

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