Solid and airtight in presentation of your argument.
Wed Nov 1, 2017 11:39am

I did not elaborate or speculate about Mueller's intent. Only that he had a solid case. The more solid, the better he is able to get what he wants. As you wrote, and we agree, it is a way to coax and urge more information, because if Manafort et al don't cooperate, they won't see daylight for a long, long time.

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