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BREAKING: Obama’s White House Chief Counsel Expected To Be Indicted THIS WEEK!

It's happening!


To all the naysayers out there who say “nothing is happening”…..time to wake up!

And time to buckle your seat belt, because the pace is about to pick up BIG LEAGUE!

Get ready for some rapid fire as President Trump punches back against the Deep State’s failed coup.

READ MORE:  President Trump Stepped To The Mic And Let It Rip: “It Was Treason, But Now We Fight Back!”

And here’s the first shoe to drop.  

It was just announced tonight that President Obama’s White House Chief Counsel expects to be INDICTED this week.  

In a manner of days!

Get the silver bracelets ready!

Take a look:

Here's more on the developing story, from the NY Times:

Lawyers for Gregory B. Craig, a White House counsel in the Obama administration, expect him to be indicted in the coming days on charges related to his work for the Russia-aligned government of Ukraine.

The case against Mr. Craig, 74, stemmed from an investigationinitiated by the office of the special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III.

An Ivy League-educated lawyer who held prominent positions in the Clinton and Obama administrations, Mr. Craig would become the first person who made his name in Democratic Party politics to be charged in a case linked to the special counsel’s investigation.

Mr. Craig would also become the first person to be charged in a case connected to the special counsel after Mr. Mueller finished his investigation into the 2016 presidential election. In a summary of the inquiry, Attorney General William P. Barr said that the special counsel’s team had concluded that there was no evidence that President Trump or his aides “conspired or coordinated with the Russian government in its election interference activities.”

The case against Mr. Craig is related to the Foreign Agents Registration Act, or FARA, which the Justice Department is prioritizing in part because of scrutiny related to Mr. Mueller’s investigation.

The law requires Americans to disclose detailed information about lobbying and public relations work for foreign governments and politicians, and it has been the basis for charges brought against several people investigated by the special counsel.

Mr. Craig’s lawyers do not necessarily expect him to be charged with violating the act.

Rather, they expect him to be charged with making false statements to the Justice Department officials examining whether he was required to register under the law for work he did in 2012, while he was a partner at Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom.

Business Insider had more:

Gregory Craig, who worked as the White House counsel under former President Barack Obama, expects to be indicted by federal prosecutors in connection to lobbying work he did for the Ukrainian government in 2012, his lawyers told The Washington Post. 

Craig worked with Paul Manafort, the former chairman of President Donald Trump's campaign, on the lobbying work on behalf of the Ukrainian Ministry of Justice in 2012. At the time, The Post reported, Craig was a partner at Sadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom. 

According to his lawyers, Craig expects to be indicted by the US attorney's office in Washington, DC, at the request of the Justice Department's national security division. The case stemmed from the special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russia's interference in the 2016 US election. 

Craig resigned from Skadden last April, and his lawyers say he is innocent of any wrongdoing. 

The law firm catapulted to the spotlight in the Russia probe when the Dutch lawyer Alex van der Zwaan pleaded guilty to making false statements to the FBI related to his work for the firm and Manafort. 

Manafort asked Skadden in 2012 to compile a report about the 2011 trial of the former Ukrainian Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko — an effort Van der Zwaan was involved in. Manafort's request was made at the behest of Viktor Yanukovych, then the Ukrainian president and Tymoshenko's rival in the country's 2010 election. 

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