As Mueller Turns up the heat of the Russian Probe by calling for a grand jury, up to a dozen FBI officials are getting ready to be testify against President Trump.
According to Vox, acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe told several high ranking managers of the FBI to prepare to give testimony against President Donald Trump’s obstruction for justice case.
Two senior federal law enforcement officials told Vox that “the new revelation illustrate why they believe the potential case against Trump is stronger than outsiders have thought”. Which is a glimmer of hope for those who want Trump to be held responsible for his blatantly malicious decision to fire James Comey.
Around 10 or more (including Comey) senior law enforcement officials are likely to be called for questioning. Additionally, Comey’s notes will likely be included as evidence in the case because they provide a first-hand look into what happened. The officials are prepared to back up Comey’s version of events, even though Trump has already gone on the record calling Comey a liar.
The common thread with between the law enforcement officials who could be called to testify is the fact that Comey spoke to those FBI officials within 48 hours of his now infamous meetings with President Trump.
Vox has confirmed that law enforcement officials that they privately believe could be potential witnesses are “Jim Rybicki, Comey’s chief of staff; James Baker, the general counsel of the FBI; David Bowdich, who as the FBI’s associate director is the agency’s third-highest official; and Carl Ghattas, the head of the FBI’s national security division and a legal adviser to McCabe.”
With the once scattered and blurry pieces of this puzzling case finally coming together, bringing President Trump to justice seems closer than ever.