A fourth associate of Trump's personal attorney was just arrested by the FBI and is now in federal custody
There is an ongoing investigation right now into President Donald Trump's personal attorney Rudy Giuliani.
On Wednesday, the FBI arrested a fourth associate of Giulianis, David Correia, at JFK Airport in New York City. Spokespersons for the U.S. attorney's office in Manhattan and the FBI confirm this.
This is all happening while Giuliani is refusing to comply with a congressional subpoena, an act that can get himself arrested.
This isn't just a case of friends doing bad things. Giuliani is intimately connected with all of this.
Here's Trump in another picture with Correia. He has multiple pictures with the other defendants (which he claims is innocent).
He fails to mention that he had dinner with them, though. His son Trump Jr. has, as well.
We reported last Thursday that Giuliani even had lunch with Lev Parnas and Igor Fruman a few hours before they were arrested at Dulles Airport trying to take a one-way plane ticket out the country. One of those men was due to testify in front of Congress the next day. They were trying to avoid it.
Giuliani is working with the men to try and dig up dirt on Joe Biden, and yet somehow he wants us to believe that them trying to flee has nothing to do with him. He's also doing all of this on behalf of President Donald Trump, who also claims to know nothing about any of this, yet Ukraine and Joe Biden are his number one topics of discussion in the press. It's all so fishy.
Wanna see something interesting? This is the photo of Trump and Giuliani with Uklownian-American scammers Lev Parnas and Igor Fruman that the Miami Herald ran last week to illustrate their backgrounder on them. pic.twitter.com/HRiGXZLbVE— David Waldman-1, of Yorktown LLC™ (@KagroX) October 7, 2019
The charges against the men are related to campaign finance of varying degrees. We know that some of the allegations involve a scheme to funnel foreign money to candidates for federal and state office so they could buy potential influence with candidates, campaigns, and the candidates’ governments.
To add more fuel to the fire: Trump was asked on Friday if Giuliani was still his attorney and he replied that he was unsure but said that he was a "great guy and wonderful lawyer."