Russia special counsel Robert Mueller is using two grand juries — and may use multiple ones — as he broadens his investigation into possible Trump campaign ties to the Kremlin, a lawyer involved in the case said Friday.
So far, Mueller is using grand juries in Washington and Alexandria, Va. — a lawyer told USA Today that both locations “continued to be active in recent days.”
The lawyer “requested anonymity to discuss the matter,” according to the report.
The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday that Mueller had impaneled the Washington grand jury.
Reuters disclosed that subpoenas had been issued to Donald Trump Jr. involving his meeting last year with a Russian lawyer under the guise of obtaining damaging information on Democrat Hillary Clinton.
The grand juries would give Mueller broad authority to subpoena documents and obtain testimony from witnesses.
President Donald Trump has slammed the Moscow probe as a “witch