Special counsel Robert Mueller will provide the House with a "roadmap" for articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump, according to ex-Trump aide Sam Nunberg.
"I can't imagine that the special counsel is not going to release something that shows a roadmap for the House to investigate a conspiracy . . . for articles of impeachment," Nunberg told Katy Tur during an appearance on MSNBC.
"There is no way that in light of even what we've seen in these indictments that you've reported on, you've seen that they've gone very systematically from the private Russians to the Russian GRU to even Roger [Stone], getting to the edge of the campaign vis a vis [Steve] Bannon and [Paul] Manafort or [Rick] Gates. . . .
"I can't imagine that that information won't become public."
Nunberg, who has been interviewed by Mueller's team several times in relation to the special counsel's probe into Russian interference in the 2016 election, later backtracked, saying Mueller's office would likely give the House "a roadmap to their findings."
Mueller is said to be wrapping up his report, and Nunberg expects he will submit it soon, considering the imminent departure of Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein.
Nunberg has also been questioned by Senate intelligence committee investigators looking for collusion with Russia.
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