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Multiple Trump Associates ‘Will Probably Go to Jail' – Democratic Congressman
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Rep. Joaquin Castro (D-TX), a member of the House Intelligence Committee, told CNN's Wolf Blitzer on Tuesday that he wouldn't be surprised if the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election led to multiple associates of President Donald Trump getting put behind bars.
While Castro would not answer Blitzer’s question as to whether he, Castro, had seen any "hard evidence" that Trump associates had worked to collude with Russian government officials in any way, he did offer his "impression."
"I guess I would say this — that my impression is ... I wouldn't be surprised after all of this is said and done that some people end up in jail," Castro said.
"If I was betting, I would say yes," he continued. "My impression is that people will probably be charged, and I think people will probably go to jail."
When asked how high his suspicions went, Castro said, “That is yet to be determined."