In the endless speculation about the direction of the investigation, a common view was that maybe the investigation would never implicate President Trump or find any collusion.
First, Mueller has clearly identified collusion in the efforts of Trump aides and associates to contact WikiLeaks.
Corsi subsequently communicated WikiLeaks’ release plan back to Stone, and the Trump campaign built its final message around the email release.
Second, we now know that Trump’s personal lawyer Michael Cohen and former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn have provided evidence to Mueller related to collusion.
In Cohen’s sentencing memo, Mueller said that Cohen provided his office with “useful information” on “Russia-related matters core to its investigation.”
One of those central elements, according to the Justice Department: “any links and/or coordination” between the Kremlin and Trump campaign figures.
Third, Mueller has found evidence that Trump was compromised by a hostile foreign power during the election. »