Everything Is Happening At Once Now And Trump Is Calling For a ‘Human Wall’
According to a new report by CNN, federal prosecutors in New York have requested interviews in recent weeks with executives at the Trump Organization, signaling a growing potential threat to President Donald Trump and those in his orbit from criminal investigations by the Manhattan US Attorney’s office.
Trump and his legal team have long harbored concerns that investigations by New York federal prosecutors — which could last throughout his presidency — may ultimately pose more danger to him, his family and his allies than the inquiry by special counsel Robert Mueller, according to people close to Trump.
Prosecutors’ recent interest in executives at Trump’s family company may intensify those fears.
The news comes a day after prosecutors issued a sweeping subpoena to the Trump inaugural committee as the investigation into possible financial crime related to the more than $100 million in donations raised for his inauguration heats up.
In response, President Trump descended into a frantic and bizarre Twitter rant, calling for a “human wall.” No, really.
“Tremendous numbers of people are coming up through Mexico in the hopes of flooding our Southern Border. We have sent additional military. We will build a Human Wall if necessary. If we had a real Wall, this would be a non-event!” Trump wrote on Twitter.
No one can quite figure out what Donald Trump meant, but one thing we know is that everything is happening at once now.
The SDNY, which is taking its cues from Robert Mueller just as surely as Trump takes his cues from Putin, is clearly planning to sweep up Trump’s family and associates on fraud charges and worse. Mueller can now add perjury charges as an impossible-to-beat-at-trial cherry on top to the Trump-Russia criminal indictments he’s already been building against Trump’s family and associates.
This is all happening at once because it’ll make for too many fires to Trump to put out.
And there’s more: The investigation into possible campaign-finance violations at the company appears to be in its final stages, according to CNN.