Associate of close Trump adviser expects to be indicted by Mueller


"The expenses are extraordinary", he said. Corsi was headed her way at around 12:30 vehicle, when his lawyer David Gray, took the pre-arranged call with the special counsel's office, Schecter explained. There is no indication yet how much money the two fundraising appeals have raised.

Federal prosecutors are probing whether Mr. Corsi knew WikiLeaks had passed the hacked emails to Roger Stone, a longtime Republican political operative and lobbyist.

"That's my recollection", Corsi said Monday. We'll just play it out from here.

He added his legal defense fund "is absolutely essential for me to be able to continue functioning and in any way meet the defense needs that I'll have to be facing here".

He said Monday he does not know what the criminal charge will be against him, but indicated it will stem from the Russian Federation investigation. "I think that my crime really is that I dared to support Donald Trump, President Trump". "When those aren't viewed out of context they prove everything I have said under oath regarding my interaction with Dr. Corsi is true", Stone said.

Corsi said his brain had been turned "to mush" by the repeat questioning sessions and suggested he may have accidentally misstated something.

For months, many analysts have said they suspect that Stone will be the next person indicted by Mueller.

Talks between Manafort and Mueller's team have reportedly stalled.

Conservative conspiracy theorist Jerome Corsi said on his YouTube show that negotiations fell apart with special counsel Robert Mueller's team and he expects in the coming days to be charged with making false statements.

Stone said in a statement that watching Corsi's podcast, he "strikes me as a man who has been squeezed hard but refuses to do anything but tell the truth which is why they may be indicting him".

Stone, a GOP strategist and former adviser to Donald Trump, was under scrutiny by the special counsel for his connection with Julian Assange, WikiLeaks' founder, and Guccifer 2.0, an online avatar believed to be part of the Russia's military intelligence arm.

Corsi on Monday denied knowing anything about Assange or the emails the organization leaked during the 2016 presidential campaign.

The trip puts Corsi in company with George Papadopoulos, Michael Cohen, and Joseph Mifsud as people in the orbit of the Russian Federation investigation who travelled to Italy during the 2016 presidential campaign.

Mueller's team is now investigating whether the Trump campaign collaborated with Russian Federation to influence the outcome of the 2016 US presidential election, and Farage is one of President Donald Trump's staunchest supporters overseas.