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    Re: Why George Papadopoulos' guilty plea is a much bigger problem for Trump than the Manafort indict

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    Re: Why George Papadopoulos' guilty plea is a much bigger problem for Trump than the Manafort indict

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    Papadopoulos' guilty plea is much bigger problem for Trump than the Manafort indictment - CNNPolitics



    It appears that Papadoupolos was flipped and took a guilty plea several weeks before news of his indictment was released today.

    Some folks on Team Trump are probably sweating bullets right now wondering what he turned over to Mueller in return for the plea bargain.

    Statement from Papadopoulos attorney unlikely to relieve their anxiety:

    Attachment 67224443
    Definitely Papadopoulos has been free to walk around talking to others that were involved in this, probably wired to the hilt--for longer than 2 months. I imagine the White House is as nervous as a cat on a hot tin roof about who he talked too, emailed or texted over the last couple of months.

    But the elephant in the room is Michael Flynn. I am very surprised he hasn't been indicted YET. They had more on Flynn, than they did Manafort. But Flynn did offer to do a tell all, if they would give him immunity from prosecution. The House intelligence committee turned him down. He went in to testify and pleaded the 5th all the way through.
    https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news...munity-n740836
    https://www.usatoday.com/videos/news...ion/102022076/

    So Mueller may have had second thoughts about Michael Flynn who was looking for a plea deal. It could be that Michael Flynn is also working with Mueller.



    Of course Trump pressured Comey to drop the investigation on Flynn, then fired Comey, and now Trump is under investigation for Obstruction of Justice for firing Comey.
    https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news...gation-n760471

    It didn't help that Trump went on an NBC interview and admitted he fired Comey over the Russian investigation.
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    Re: Why George Papadopoulos' guilty plea is a much bigger problem for Trump than the Manafort indict

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