Among the documents was an FBI memo describing a meeting in which Cuban exiles tried to set a price on the heads of Fidel Castro, Raul Castro and Ernesto “Che” Guevara. “It was felt that the $150,000.00 to assassinate Fidel Castro…was too high,” the memo noted. They settled on more modest sums: $100,000 for Fidel and $20,000 each for Raul and Che.
The president’s son met with a Kremlin-linked lawyer last year after being proposed damaging information about Hillary Clinton, but a former federal prosecutor tells the New York Times that so far, there isn’t evidence of an illegal conspiracy.
Former FBI director Robert Mueller has submitted a budget and hired an all-star team that includes 15 Justice Department prosecutors. That got the attention of President Trump’s supporters, who issued an attack ad calling the investigation a “rigged game.”