washington - The special prosecutor, who is investigating the influence of the presidential elections in 2016 in the US, has illegally received thousands of e-mails. Prosecutor Robert Mueller received the mails from the General Services Administration (GSA).
That claim comes from the organization Trump for America (TFA). He says that Mueller has received 'tens of thousands of mails' from TFA unfairly. The TFA used the facilities of the GSA in the period between the elections and the inauguration of Trump. Trump for America had to prepare for the transition to the White House and run smoothly.
The accusation is a new expression of the displeasure in Republican circles about Mueller's work. The prosecutor was appointed in May by State Secretary Rosenstein of Justice to investigate the connections of Trump's campaign team with the Russians.
Robert Mueller, director of the FBI between 2001 and 2013, indicted two men in October: Paul Manafort and Rick Gates. Manafort was a Trump campaign manager from June to August 2016. Gates is a consultant and lobbyist who was in business with Manafort.