"The other, I think very real possibility, is he just finds a cover-up".
That might be "the remaining shoe to drop out of the Mueller investigation", Himes said.
On Friday, January 25, ex-Advisor of the U.S. President Donald Trump was arrested in Florida. Mueller filed a seven-count indictment against him as part of his probe into Russian Federation interference during the 2016 election, including possible collusion with Trump's campaign staff.
Stone, charged last week with lying, obstruction and witness tampering in connection with Trump's campaign, told ABC's "This Week" show, the extent of his cooperation with Mueller's 20-month probe would be something he would "have to determine after my attorneys have some discussions". Roger Stone is kind of an odd political figure.
Stone said he would "testify honestly" if he knew about any Trump campaign wrongdoing and didn't rule out speaking about his talks with Trump.
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Mueller's team "must be embarrassed that they have to come to House Republicans in order to have us to give them the information from the transcripts, so that they can go get Roger Stone on a process foul that occurred in 2017". And I will affirm that what is in the indictment about me is accurate. It is unclear when the investigation might end.
Stone, 66, will be arraigned in federal court in Washington on Tuesday.
He denied prosecutors' accusation that he repeatedly lied to the House Intelligence Committee, including when he said he had not discussed his pursuit of the stolen emails with any Trump campaign officials. "I'd also testify honestly about any other matter, including any communications with the president". What there hasn't been so far is any evidence or any charges of conspiracy on the American side in terms of, like, collusion.
"We are determined the public is going to know exactly what Donald Trump did, what his family did, what his campaign did, what the Russians did and what we need to do to protect the country", Schiff said.