During the “Overtime” segment of HBO’s Real Time, journalist Natasha Bertrand revealed that Don Trump Jr. is likely to be indicted any day now and that he is already telling his friends that it is coming.
Asked by host Bill Maher who would be the first member of Donald Trump’s family to be indicted — Don Jr. or Jared Kushner — Bertrand said it wasn’t even close.
“I think the Don Jr. is in more immediate jeopardy,” Bertrand began. “He has been telling his friends and associates that he expects to be indicted, and he’s been saying that for the last couple of months.”
“His accounts about the Trump Tower meeting in 2016, his accounts about the Trump Tower in Moscow and how involved he was in that could put him in some legal jeopardy there,” she added.
Watch the video below via HBO:
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