In other news, the Senate Intelligence Committee has issued a subpoena for former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort after he refused to voluntarily participate.
Meanwhile, the American Psychoanalytic Association has waved the "Goldwater Rule" so it's 3,500 members can now publicly comment on the mental state of Trump.
Finally, one of the Russians who attended the meeting where Donald Trump Jr solicited dirt on Hillary Clinton was once at the center of a money laundering investigation in 2000. This will apparently be easy for special prosecutor Robert Mueller to look into because the documents are already there.
On Monday, [Former Senator Karl Levin], a onetime chairman of the Senate’s Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations who left Congress in 2015, sent a letter to special counsel Robert Mueller and the Republican and Democratic leaders of the Senate intelligence committee highlighting the probe (titled “Possible Money Laundering by U.S. Corporations Formed for Russian Entities”), which was undertaken at his request by the General Accounting Office (now known as the Government Accountability Office, or GAO). That investigation, which found concerning bank practices but no criminal wrongdoing, revealed Kaveladze’s role in helping circulate more than a billion dollars from Eastern Europe and Russia through US bank accounts.
Ivanka Trump also lawyered up today.