On Friday, Robert Mueller officially concluded his Russia investigation which remained underway for nearly two years.
Now, while many Americans guessed about whether or not Trump colluded with the Russian government, there is a possible genuine colluder which completely went under the nose of the country, as documented by Townhall.
Everything You Need to Know about Gregory Craig
Gregory Craig is a lawyer and Democrat who served under the Obama administration between 2009 and 2010. However, earlier this month, Craig was described as a potential “first Dem [who could be] indicted under [Mueller] probe.” While Craig has had some questionable dealings in the past, his conduct with former President Bill Clinton, journalist Dan Rather and former Cuban Prime Minister Fidel Castro has certainly raised some eyebrows.
Per the appointment of then-President Clinton, Craig wound up taking on a case which required him to travel to Cuba in order to meet with the infamous Castro. Following a case which supposedly centered around Craig securing a man’s freedom, the attorney’s compensation for his services came from an arguably shady fund.
All in all, Craig is believed to have colluded with Rather and Castro in order to get the desired results regarding his case. Of course, seeing as Clinton appointed Craig, it’s highly unlikely that the former U.S. president had no idea of what was happening.
Pedro Porro, a witness who was privy to the conduct of Craig previously spoke out about what he saw:
“Greg Craig and Dan Rather were on very friendly terms. They were joshing and bantering back and forth, as Juan Miguel sat there petrified. Craig was stage-managing the whole thing. The taping would stop and Craig would walk over to Dan, hand him a little slip of paper, say something into his ear. Then Rather would read straight from the paper.”
If this doesn’t raise certain suspicions, then nothing else will.
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