The chairman of the House Intelligence Committee Adam Schiff raised new concerns over the weekend that Robert Mueller’s months-long probe doesn’t go far enough in investigating President Trump’s personal and business finances.
“The chairman of the House Intelligence Committee expressed concern Sunday that special counsel Robert S. Mueller III has not adequately scrutinized President Trump’s finances and said House investigators plan to probe Trump’s relationship with a bank implicated in Russian money laundering,” reports the Washington Post.
“We are not interested in our committee in whether he’s a tax cheat or not worth what he says he is,” said Schiff Sunday. “What we are interested in is, does the president have business dealings with Russia such that it compromises the United States?”
Read the full report at the Washington Post.