I joined talkRADIO’s Alexis Conran on Saturday for our weekly 15-minute journey across TrumpLand, beginning with a diversion to assess the legacy of President George H.W. Bush.

We then return to our path of the Trump-Russia investigation, covering the week’s important developments before looking at the destination: the moment when Special Counsel Robert Mueller finally presents his evidence against Donald Trump.

Mueller will not be rushed until he feels he has a locked-down case: whether it’s on obstruction of justice, whether it’s on the contacts with the Russian officials; whether it’s on Russian finance into the Trump campaign….

But I can’t see it going too much longer before that moment.

Listen from 0:55 in 1830-1900 Segment

Trump-Russia Investigation Closes In: Why Manafort, WikiLeaks, and Cohen Matter
EA on the BBC: The Legacy of George Bush — Uncertainty
EA on talkRADIO: Cohen’s Risk to Trump; Brexit’s Risk to UK Labour Party