Ken Starr, the independent counsel during the Monica Lewinsky and Whitewater scandals under former President Bill Clinton, predicted Saturday that special counsel Robert Mueller’s probe into Russia’s interference in the 2016 elections would end in indictments.
He suggested they might be directed at Paul Manafort, former campaign director for the Trump campaign, and retired Army Lt. Gen. Mike Flynn, Trump’s first national security adviser.
“Given what we do know, especially given what happened this summer with respect to the FBI’s intrusion into Paul Manafort’s condominium, in light of the revelations that we’ve seen about Gen. Flynn, I have a sense that there will in fact be indictments,” Starr said on CNN.
He added that he believed there might be guilty pleas in the investigation and said foreign nationals might be indicted.
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