VideoCast: Where The Trump-Russia Investigation Stands — and Where It is Heading

Donald Trump with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and Russian Ambassador Sergei Kislyak in the White House, May 10, 2017

With Donald Trump now telling friends and advisors that he fears Donald Trump Jr. may have “accidentally” conspired with Russian officials in the 2016 campaigns, it seems a fine time to review the status of the investigation.

1. Links Between Trump Campaign and Russian Officials
2. Trump’s Obstruction of Justice
3. Russian Finance and the Trump Campaign


4. When Does Special Counsel Robert Mueller Make His Move v. Trump?

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Scott Lucas is Professor of International Politics at the University of Birmingham and editor-in-chief of EA WorldView. He is a specialist in US and British foreign policy and international relations, especially the Middle East and Iran. Formerly he worked as a journalist in the US, writing for newspapers including the Guardian and The Independent and was an essayist for The New Statesman before he founded EA WorldView in November 2008.


  1. Your theories and dot conn connecting are really Glenn Beckian. What could Trump Jnr possibly have done to collide with the Russians? There is nothing he could have done to assist the hack of the DNC and RNC servers and emails.

    The charges against Manafort explicitly state that nothing relating to Russia is being brought against him.

    Popodopolous was talking rubbish. His contact had nothing.


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