That's not a "No;" Rep. Speier asked if a Trump is next

California Congresswoman Jackie Speier, a member of the House Intelligence Committee, was on The Beat with Ari Melber to discuss the Roger Stone indictment, stemming from his lying to Congress, and basically said there will be more indictments coming shortly.

"...and we're going to see in short order that Roger Stone is not the only one that lied to Congress, and that there are consequences; it's a felony to lie to Congress."

Rep. Speier said there may be two more people charged for lying to Congress, and when Ari asked if any of them are in the Trump family she didn't say, "No."

"I'm not going to say."

 

Back in December Rep. Speier told CNN that she believes Donald Trump Jr. lied on at least two occasions when he testified in front of her committee. And there are rumors that Trump Jr. told friends he expects to be indicted.

But that doesn't mean he is one of the possibly two people who Rep. Speier says will know the consequences of lying to Congress, it could be anyone, you know, like Jared Kushner, for example.

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