Media reports — likely based on leaks from special counsel Robert Mueller’s team — now suggest that President Donald Trump’s personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, may be the target of an investigation into bank fraud and federal election reporting violations.

In the end, truth may out, but in fairness, Mueller, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, and former FBI Director James Comey must explain why each of them missed much larger criminal activity involving the Clinton Foundation when these three men supervised an investigation that opened by February 2001 and ran through 2005.

Clinton Foundation’s disappearing debt shuffle. If we are to believe public filings submitted to the IRS under penalties of perjury, an entity known today as the Bill, Hillary & Chelsea Clinton Foundation borrowed $28.5 million on Feb. 20, 2004.

Yet the foundation’s accounting firm, BKD LLP, issued on June 9, 2006, “Independent Accountants’ Report and Financial Statements” that contradict earlier IRS filings by claiming that proceeds from the $28.5 million in borrowing arrived at the Clinton Foundation by Dec. 31, 2003, or 51 days before the loans were actually secured.
Very long and complicated (to me). Another good example of FBI duplicity.