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According to CNN, former White House counsel Greg Craig is close to being charged for lying to Investigators of Mueller’s Special Counsel.

Federal prosecutors are close to bringing charges against Greg Craig, a prominent Democratic lawyer and former White House counsel in the Obama administration, in a case that originated with special counsel Robert Mueller, according to people familiar with the matter.

The possible charges are connected to false statements Craig allegedly gave to investigators who were looking at the work he performed for Ukraine.

Though Mueller’s investigation has ended, a number of inquiries that were referred out by his office live on in other prosecutors’ offices, and Craig’s is among the earliest and most unusual.

A review of the case against Craig, much of it previously unreported, demonstrates the tumultuous path of the investigation of one of the country’s most prominent attorneys, a matter that has gone on for so long and changed hands so many times that the statute of limitations for the initial matter for which he was investigated — failure to register as a foreign agent — has expired.

This story is based on information from six people familiar with the government’s investigation, which is now in the hands of the Justice Department’s national security division and the US Attorney’s office for the District of Columbia.

You can read more of this story at CNN.com


One thought on “MUELLER TIME! Former Obama White House Attorney To Be Charged”
  1. With all real news media sources reporting this, but you chose cnn to acknowledge this news. I’d seek other sources before I’d ever credit cnn, even if cnn broke it first, unless they’re the only one. Or, maybe I’d start off with something like “surprisingly cnn broke this or reported this story, but….”

    However, most likely I’d instead would’ve reported or write the news information myself based on resource(s) from the White House Press Office or other credible source which was able to report without cnn being their source.

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