Finally, America is starting to talk about the real scandal (beyond the slam-dunk obstruction case we already know about): the counterintelligence threat that Donald Trump poses to the United States, and apparent attempts by the White House to keep America from learning about it.
1/ Incidentally, as we have this conversation about the counterintelligence findings that the Trump administration is keeping from America, we should note that we actually *don't* know whether they will lead to criminal charges through one of the 14 pending cases or another case.
2/ The fact that the counterintelligence investigations are ongoing, and that all significant counterintelligence information was drained from the Mueller Report, would seem to suggest the possibility of criminal charges, for instance for bribery or aiding and abetting, remains.
3/ Just so, the Report drew a controversial conclusion many have disagreed with as to whether there was one insufficiently proven element in the illegal solicitation of foreign campaign donations case against Don Jr., but his solicitation from *other* countries wasn't addressed.
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