According to the Guardian, Jerome Corsi, a conservative author, said prosecutors working for Mueller questioned him about Farage, the key campaigner behind Britain's vote to leave the European Union, two weeks ago in Washington. Everyone should know that, and I'm anticipating it'.
Jerome Corsi told viewers of his YouTube live-stream broadcast that he'd been cooperating with the inquiry since receiving a subpoena from Federal Bureau of Investigation agents at his home in August, "three days before my 72nd birthday".
He said he had cooperated fully with the investigation, handing over his computers, phone and Apple Time Machine, and helping investigators download all his emails, Tweets and browsing history.
Peter Carr, a spokesman for the special counsel, declined to comment.
Corsi said Monday that he has attempted to cooperate with Mueller's team, but that "the entire negotiations and discussions have just blown up".
The questions, as ABC News has previously reported, center on alleged Russian meddling during the 2016 election cycle, which Mueller is tasked with investigating. Last March, Malloch said he had been stopped by Mueller's investigators when he arrived in the U.S. from the UK. He denied any wrongdoing and claimed without evidence that he was being persecuted because he "dared to support Donald Trump" and "opposed the deep state". "I'm going to be criminally charged".
Special counsel investigators have questioned Stone and Corsi to determine what connection if any they might have had with WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.
Corsi suggested the possible charges arose over Mueller's inquiries into the theft of thousands of emails from the Democratic National Committee, Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign, and the campaign's chairman, John Podesta. The charges, he said, would be the result of a "perjury trap" set by Mueller. "To the best of my recollection - what I knew in advance about what Julian Assange was going to do in terms of having the Podesta emails - I figured it out".
Mueller's investigators had been interested in people closely associated with the Brexit campaign before. Stone's finances, political contacts and relationship with Mr. Assange. Mr.
The question is whether Stone or any member of the Trump campaign coordinated the email dump with WikiLeaks or Russian Federation.
On his livestream, Mr. Corsi asked for help paying his legal expenses through PayPal.
Turley, of George Washington University in Foggy Bottom, D.C., said most of the criminal counts filed thus far against non-Russians have been for "false statements and collateral crimes".