Here’s What It Means That Mueller Has A Cooperating Witness In Papadopoulos

Here’s What It Means That Mueller Has A Cooperating Witness In Papadopoulos

By Kate Brannen and Ryan Goodman  for JustSecurity.org For months, it was well known that Paul Manafort, President Donald Trump’s former campaign chairman (who has longstanding ties to the Trump world), was in serious legal trouble. That he was the target of an indictment in the Russia investigation did not come as a surprise on Monday, but the guilty plea of George Papadopoulos, a former foreign policy adviser on Trump’s campaign, was unexpected. On Monday, we learned that he is coop
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3 thoughts on “Here’s What It Means That Mueller Has A Cooperating Witness In Papadopoulos

  1. Any speculation on why he was arrested at Dulles airport?? It makes me wonder if he was trying to go on that ‘long planned vacation’ to a non-extradition-treaty country, but that they were on to his movements and snapped him up before he could flee.

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