Mueller/Wiretap Bombshell Dropped As Trump Scurries To Find His Happy Place


A former Watergate prosecutor reveals that Trump’s White House has a very serious problem in the form of a spy that has apparently been wearing a wire for months. According to Nick Akerman, that spy is likely George Papadopoulos, the third person to be indicted Monday morning.

During an interview with MSNBC’s Ali Velshi, Akerman said that Robert Mueller was extremely thorough in his investigating, and that the case against Manafort had to have been iron-clad, saying:

“Now this it’s not like a witch hunt where there is nothing. Now you have got something that is real.”

Ackerman then implied that Papadopoulos had likely been wearing a wire the whole time as part of the deal he struck with attorneys:

“It’s quite obvious that Mueller is playing this out very skillfully. First of all that [Manafort] indictment is a slam-dunk, as I said before, it’s proven by documents. But then you look at the Papadopoulos one that they put under seal all of this time.”

Ackeman then explains that, if Robert Mueller is good at his job (AND HE IS) then he certainly has Papadopoulos wearing a wire, as well as making calls to try and get people to say things Mueller needed to know:

“He’s pled guilty, pled guilty to a felony, lying to the FBI. He’s basically, if you looked through his allocution, you have allocute. They don’t name names, it’s against Justice Department policy to do that. But he refers to campaign officials, other officials — it’s very obvious he has information on lots of people and on top of that, he’s been cooperating since July.”

He continued:

“If I were the prosecutor, and I guarantee you Robert Mueller has done this, he’s had him out there wearing a body wire, playing dial-a-crook on the phone, trying to get recorded conversations to use as evidence against other people,” he asserted. “If I were the other people, and they know who they are in that information, I’d be extremely nervous right now.”

Check out the interview below: