Friday, December 21, 2018

Why Donald Trump's Contract With Andrey Rozov May Not Be The Evidence To Prove Collusion And Could Possibly Land Him In Prison

Given the release of the contract between Donald Trump and Andrey Rozov by CNN, this means that Trump, while certainly guilty of perjury with regards to the Trump Hotel in Moscow, is not likely going to face his political demise. Make no mistake, it doesn't look good for him by any stretch; however, proving whether or not this led to collusion is going to be much more difficult. Intent is the determining factor, and much of the evidence for that would likely be in Russia (No, Vladimir Putin and his goons/cronies won't give it up; it makes them look bad). If anything, it illustrates Trump's business relations with several Russian Oligarchs (including the amount of leverage he had over them), while also proving just how much of a liability he's become.

In so far as Robert Mueller's probe is concerned, the contract may not be the investigation's smoking gun. What ultimately will be is hard to say. Rest assured, Mueller most likely has other evidence lined up that's even more damning than that contract. But given the course of the investigation since March 2017, there's been a constant theme: no hard evidence that Trump colluded with Russia to win the presidency. The only case that's been proven is that Trump had engaged in several illegal business practices before entering office, but even that's been common knowledge for years. The fact is that his actions are catching up to him, and, while it still questionable as to whether or not he's going to be impeached, they will likely land him in prison once he's out of office.

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