First charges filed in Mueller's Russian Federation probe, multiple reports say

First charges filed in Mueller's Russian Federation probe, multiple reports say

First charges filed in Mueller's Russian Federation probe, multiple reports say

On Friday, multiple sources reported that the first charges had been filed in the Russian Federation investigation spearheaded by special counsel Robert Mueller.

A federal grand jury approved the charges on Friday but they remain under seal on the orders of a federal judge, CNN reported.

Since we know nearly nothing, might as well start some wild speculation.

Sources told CNN the charges will be filed on Monday and anyone charged can be arrested that same day.

A spokesman for Mueller declined to comment Friday night. Attorney General Jeff Sessions had to recuse himself because of his own undisclosed Russian contacts during the campaign.

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Mueller has wide latitude to examine matters arising from the investigation, and he has also been looking into any collusion by anyone associated with the Trump campaign with Russian Federation.

Many possible charges and incidents are under investigation by Mueller's team.

Earlier this week, White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said the White House believes Mueller's probe is "getting closer to conclusion". Rosenstein oversees the Mueller probe at the Justice Department.

Mueller is a former prosecutor and served as Federal Bureau of Investigation director from 2001 to 2013.

Former CIA director James Woolsey, who was also an adviser to the Trump campaign, has alleged that Flynn discussed with the businessman and two Turkish government ministers the idea of covertly spiriting Gulen out of the United States to face charges in Turkey. Sanders had also said President Donald Trump "has confidence they're going to close this up soon".

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