A former Southern District of New York prosecutor said it appears that Donald Trump has spent much of his life getting away with criminal activity — but that her old employer is onto him.
Mimi Rocah, an MSNBC analyst and former assistant U.S. Attorney for the SDNY, said Saturday morning that the tree of investigations emanating from special counsel Robert Mueller’s probe creates a “huge” liability for Trump.
Last week, reports emerged that the SDNY has subpoenaed Trump’s inaugural committee on suspicion of money laundering and making false statements.
Investigators have gotten — and in some cases “been handed” — multiple leads from Mueller, Rocah noted, and will likely be able to “do wonders” with them.
“The way I would look at it, he seems like he and many people around him have probably gotten away with a lifetime of crime,” the former prosecutor said.
With good investigators putting those potential crimes under a “microscope,” Rocah added, that wrongdoing is “going to come back” to him.
Progressives unite for last-ditch effort to delay Amy Coney Barrett vote — by impeaching Bill Barr
Progressive activists are urging House Democrats to essentially kill two birds with one stone by impeaching Attorney General Bill Barr -- which would delay the confirmation vote for Judge Amy Coney Barrett.
"Attorney General Barr has acted to subvert the laws that he, as our nation's chief federal law enforcement official, is duty-bound to uphold," more than 20 progressive groups signed in a joint letter.
"Attorney General Barr has made a career out of undermining our democracy and it is pellucidly clear that he has been ramping up efforts to undermine the upcoming elections and invalidate the votes of millions of Americans," the groups wrote.
Sam Elliott narrated a powerful new Joe Biden ad — and it aired during Game 1 of the World Series
Actor Sam Elliott narrated a new ad for Joe Biden that aired during Game 1 of the World Series.
"There is only America," Elliott said. "No Democratic rivers, no Republican mountains, just this great land and all that's possible on it -- with a fresh start."
"Cures we can find, futures we can shape, work to reward, dignity to protect," Elliott continues, as the Star Spangled Banner plays quietly on a piano in the background.
"There is so much we can do if we choose to take on problems and not each other," the narrator continues. "And choose a president who brings out our best."
Man who scaled Trump Tower escaped from an ambulance after being hospitalized for a mental evaluation: report
The strange saga of the man who scaled Trump Tower in Chicago continued on Tuesday.
"A man was taken into police custody Monday morning after hanging off the side of Trump Tower from a rope since Sunday evening demanding to speak to President Donald Trump," the Chicago Sun Times reported on Monday. "The man, who is in his 20s, began dangling from the tower’s 16th-floor balcony about 5:30 p.m., asking to speak to the president and trying to get his message to the media, according to Chicago Police spokesman Tom Ahern. Police officers at the scene said they believe the man used a climbing harness.