posted on Nov, 27 2018 @ 01:48 AM
Let's pretend this scenario is true. Let's say that Manafort was a mole for Trump. Let's say that after his deposition, he was provided with all kinds
of false info and ran straight to Trump and blabbed every bit of it, verbatim. Let's say that Mueller and his crew put this plan into effect with
hopes of entrapping the President. Let's say that the President then used the newly gained info to answer his questions.
Now....IF all of those things actually happened, how do they prove that Trump ASKED Manafort to do this? If Manafort were willing to throw himself
under the bus and take a major hit to his personal, financial and professional life, as well as spend time in a Federal prison cell, all to help Trump
"cheat" on his test...what is going to stop him from denying that Trump had asked for him to do it?
If Manafort was willing to destroy his own life to protect Trump and his presidency, why won't he just say that he did it on his own accord? Just
because Trump had info that was planned disinfo by the investigators does not mean that he had asked for it. Any ambulance chasing lawyer could win
that case on any given day and that even includes Giulliani.