Reports Indicate Russian Probe Looking At White House Adviser
Wochit News - May 19, 2017
Shortly after the president departed for his first overseas trip, a pair of damaging reports hit the press.
According to the Washington Post, investigators are now focusing on a current White House official with close ties to President Donald Trump.
The senior White House adviser has become a person of interest into a probe over the administration's ties to Russia.
A second report from the New York Times quoted the president calling the former FBI director a real nut job..
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