Robert Mueller is dead-set on taking down Trump.

He has spent several months—and tax payer dollars—investigating Trump’s possible collusion with Russia.

And one major turn in his investigation is sure to mean bad news for the President.

It’s now been revealed that Robert Mueller’s investigators will be interviewing a number of President Trump’s senior staffers regarding the so-called Russia collusion during the 2016 campaign.

On the short list of those to be interviewed are White House communications director Hope Hicks, White House counsel Don McGahn, and Josh Raffel, the communications aide to White House senior advisor Jared Kushner.

There are a number of others expected to be interviewed as well.

As reported by CNN:

“Investigators working for special counsel Robert Mueller are scheduled to interview additional senior White House officials in the coming weeks, adding to their list of high-profile interviews and pushing the investigation closer to President Donald Trump and his family.

On the slate are White House communications director Hope Hicks, White House counsel Don McGahn and Josh Raffel, a communications aide to White House senior adviser Jared Kushner. Other staff are also expected to be interviewed.

These three staffers have spent considerable time around the highest echelon of the Trump administration and campaign. Given their involvement in some key events under scrutiny by the special counsel, Mueller’s interest in talking to them signals continued focus on Trump and the White House.

“It is my hope and expectation that shortly after Thanksgiving, all the White House interviews will be concluded,” White House special counsel Ty Cobb told CNN on Thursday.

Mueller’s team has already interviewed White House senior policy adviser Stephen Miller, Trump’s former White House chief of staff Reince Priebus and former White House press secretary Sean Spicer. Spicer and Priebus left the White House over the summer, but they were still around when Trump fired FBI Director James Comey. Miller was also involved in the Trump campaign.”

It is clear that these interviews are part of a last-ditch effort to find some form of collusion between President Trump and Russia.

After nearly a year of investigation, Robert Mueller hasn’t found any substantial proof.

The only solid proof he had was the meeting between Jared Kushner, Paul Manafort, and a Russian lawyer with links to Fusion GPS – the firm that commissioned Christopher Steele to produce the fake news Trump-Russia dossier.

But, as we’ve reported here in the past, that meeting produced nothing, and Kushner was forced to find an excuse to leave what turned out to be a completely unproductive meeting.

That meeting is all Mueller has, and the leftist media has milked it for months.

Meanwhile, the scandal linking Bill Clinton to the infamous Uranium One deal is conveniently ignored.

Clinton’s meeting with Vladimir Putin, and his attempt to meet with a head of the company in the center of the scandal should receive much more airtime.

But the media would rather talk about the raging dumpster fire that is Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation.

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