In other news, Trump's former lawyer John Dowd reportedly discussed possible pardons with lawyers for Paul Manafort and Michael Flynn last year before they were indicted. Dowd may have participated in obstruction of justice.
Meanwhile, a federal judge has ruled that a lawsuit filed by the state of Maryland and Washington D.C. claiming that Trump is violating the Constitution's emoluments clause may continue.
Finally, Ecuador has cut off internet access for Wikileaks founder Julian Assange who is still sleeping in a closet in their embassy in London to avoid being arrested and/or killed.
Programming note... there's another big story I wanted to cover today concerning Mueller linking Paul Manafort and Rick Gates directly to Russian intelligence, but I'm sick and I've been in a foggy daze all day so I'm signing off early. If I'm late or offline tomorrow, this will be the reason why.