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Robert Mueller's big Friday:
The special counsel is set to release new details about former Trump advisors Paul Manafort and Michael Cohen. Mueller is likely to recommend a sentence for Trump's former personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, ahead of a federal judge's final sentencing decision on Tuesday.
In addition, federal prosecutors in New York will be filing a sentencing memo detailing Cohen's cooperation after his guilty plea in their separate case against him.
The special counsel's team is also expected to explain why it accused former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort of imploding his plea deal by lying to investigators.
Special counsel Robert Mueller is set to file new disclosures on Friday in cases involving two of President Donald Trump's former close associates, both of whom have entered guilty pleas in the probe into Russian meddling in the 2016 election.
The filings follow a series of seismic developments in Mueller's probe of Russia's interference in the election, potential obstruction of justice and possible collusion between the Trump campaign and the Kremlin. The new activity also comes as Trump appears to be cranking up the frequency and intensity of his attacks on the investigation, which he has often decried as a "phony witch hunt."
originally posted by: Aallanon
a reply to: Wayfarer
maybe if he didn't use a fake dossier as his main form of evidence he wouldn't have had so much trouble