One of rare times the special counsel’s office has given a public statement at length https://t.co/7GO9WcW3pk
— Maggie Haberman (@maggieNYT) October 30, 2018
A woman who worked as a paralegal with Robert Mueller in the 1970s said someone offered to pay her a significant amount of money if she accused Mueller of sexual misconduct and workplace harassment https://t.co/relG5Ccm4k
— POLITICO (@politico) October 30, 2018
NEW: The Special Counsel's office was made aware of a scheme to pay off women to make up sexual harassment claims against Mueller. It has referred the scheme to the FBI. STORY: https://t.co/LXVGfIgZaj
— Natasha Bertrand (@NatashaBertrand) October 30, 2018
A company called “Surefire Intelligence” has ties to this Mueller smear.
Jacob Wohl denied having ties to Surefire.
Surefire’s official phone number redirects to a voicemail box registered to Jacob's mom.https://t.co/aVPzVDjGR4
— Ben Collins (@oneunderscore__) October 30, 2018
So when I suggested that Trump was vapor-waring the 14th amendment to distract from healthcare/stock market declines/gun massacre … I overlooked that Trump might be distracting from key supporters being investigated for major crimes against the Mueller investigation
— David Frum (@davidfrum) October 30, 2018
This will implode. I can already hear this hitjob lobbyist’s attorney standing on the front steps of the courthouse insisting his client will be cleared of all charges…. https://t.co/CLuhndL9AF
— J🎃sh Campbell (@joshscampbell) October 30, 2018