Comey testimony and what it means for the Trump presidency
Precious little what public knows of possible Trump and his team collusion with Russia is just the tip of on iceberg. Impeachment of President Trump is only a matter of time.
Yesterday’s former FBI director James Comey testimony revealed surprisingly little what has not already been in the public domain. The precious little what the general public knows, however, is not nearly enough to constitute any serious threat to the Trump’s presidency.
Does this mean that the President has nothing big to warry about? Absolutely not. On the contrary, I think that chess pieces are being moved into place for the checkmate. I feel that all damming information – including confirmation of what is described in the so-called dossier on Trump’s escapades in Moscow and collusion of his team (and, probably, him personally) with Russia for the purpose of defeating Hillary Clinton on the presidential elections – is already in the hands of “people-in-the-know” in Washington. These puppet masters are people in the US intelligence community who are releasing the information drop by drop in the form of journalist investigations to make sure that their sources are not jeopardized. These sources, in my opinion, are people placed at the highest level of the Russian hierarchy and is the most valuable resource for America’s security.
I think at this point it is just a matter of time before President Trump is impeached. For investors that should be a welcoming move – a chance for implementation of Trump’s agenda without Trump.