Trump supporters deserted the Fox News regular commentator Judge Napolitano a long time ago, over his constant bashing of President Trump and his administration.
Earlier today, Judge Napolitano joined ABC News chief legal analyst Dan Abrams on his SiriusXM show to discuss Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s press release about Lt General Michael Flynn yesterday.
According to two congressional sources familiar with the questioning of Trump Organization employees, several people tied to the Trump Organization were asked about the same Moscow project. Their answers – in light of Cohen’s admission – could put them in the investigators’ crosshairs.
During his appearance before the Senate Judiciary Committee in September 2017, Donald Trump Jr. was asked about efforts to build Trump Tower projects in Moscow.
Senators discussed at least two potential developments involving the Trumps. Trump Jr. said one involving the family’s partners in the Miss Universe Pageant “died of deal fatigue” by the end of 2014.
“Certainly not ’16,” Trump Jr. said. “There was never a definitive end to it.”
The proposed deal being worked by Cohen came soon after. Trump Jr. said he knew “very little” about that proposal, other than that he believed his father had signed a letter of intent to pursue it. Court filings, however, suggest members of Trump’s family were looped into discussions about the proposed deal, referring to Trump as “Individual 1.”
“[Cohen] briefed family members of Individual 1 within the company about the project,” the filing said.
According to Mediaite – The words “substantial assistance” came up in the discussion and Napolitano dropped a bombshell opinion that he felt like Donald Trump Jr was going to be indicted by Mueller’s investigation.
Napolitano––who hosts the new Fox Nation program Liberty File––said it’s a “huge deal” and noted that Flynn has been cooperating with Mueller’s office for quite a while now. He brought up the possibility of a connection between the Trump investigations and the Deutsche Bank raid, before saying “the President himself should be extremely uncomfortable about this.”
Abrams asked if he expects anyone in the President’s inner circle is going to get indicted.
“Yes,” Napolitano said. “I don’t know who, but I do know that Donald Jr. has told friends he expects to be indicted.”
“Do you expect he’d be indicted?” Abrams asked.
“Yes,” Napolitano answered.