The special counsel’s investigation turned its attention to Jerome Corsi, a conspiracy theorist who has ties to Roger Stone, the longtime Trump confidant who is said to be a target of the Mueller probe.
Corsi’s significance to the investigation was solidified this week after he appeared for a second round of interviews with the special counsel’s office.
Guest hosts of Corsi’s online political show said this week that Corsi informed them that he was traveling to Washington, D.C. “for another round with Mueller.”
It is unclear whether Corsi is a target in the investigation, though ABC News reported on Wednesday that the former Infowars correspondent is set to appear Friday before a grand jury being used for the special counsel’s probe. . .
Stone, who met Corsi in 2015, has also testified to Congress that he learned that Wikileaks would release information damaging to the Clinton campaign from Randy Credico, a left-wing comedian and radio host who had direct contact with Assange. Stone was also forwarded an email on July 25, 2016, in which Fox News reporter James Rosen claimed that Wikileaks was planning to release information about the Clinton Foundation in September 2016. (Read more from “Mueller Is Breathing Down the Neck of Someone With No Direct Connection to the Trump Campaign” HERE)