Mueller plans to subpoena Julian Assange associate in Russia probe
Special Counsel Robert Mueller has now informed Randy Credico that the office intends to subpoena him for an interview. MSNBC confirmed this from a direct source with knowledge of the Special Counsel’s outreach to Credico’s attorney.
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