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Breaking: Mueller Just Indicted Him. It’s Going Down, Now

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The White House has declared special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation all but concluded, but it would appear he might still be going after the Trump Admin.

Mueller issued a surprise indictment on Tuesday against an attorney to communicated with former Trump campaign advisor Rick Gates.

According to Mueller, the attorney, Alex Van Der Zwaan, made false statements regarding meetings with Gates and an unnamed source.

But it doesn’t appear this will touch Trump.

Van Der Zwaan is being charged with dirty dealings in regards to Ukraine and the revolution that occurred there.

However, it does appear Mueller isn’t finished trying to tarnish the Trump White House.

He’s now going after Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner, for allegedly seeking foreign investment for his company during the presidential transition.

Via Breitbart:

Discussions with foreign investors reportedly include those in China, according to the report. Citing people familiar with the probe, CNN said Mueller’s investigators have recently been asking questions about Kushner’s conversations to shore up financing for 666 Fifth Avenue, a Kushner Companies-backed New York City office building suffering from financial troubles.

During the presidential transition, President-elect Trump allowed Kushner to be a lead contact for foreign governments.

A week after the election, Kushner met with the chairman and other executives of Chinese conglomerate Anbang Insurance, which also owns the Waldorf Astoria hotel in New York, according to the New York Times. As reported by CNN, Kushner and Anbang’s chairman were close to finishing a deal that would allow the Chinese company to invest in the 666 Fifth Avenue property, but talks collapsed in March 2017.

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