Sen. Rand Paul: I Don't See What's Illegal About Trying To Build A Hotel In RussiaBy Tim Hains
Dec. 10, 2018
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On 'Meet the Press,' Sen. Rand Paul expresses doubt about the severity of Mueller's investigation, specifically with regard to the campaign finance violations and the Trump Tower Moscow deal.
RAND PAUL: I guess I don't quite understand it because I don't know what's illegal about trying to build a hotel in Russia. So this is pretty common, and I see no problem with someone running for president trying to build a hotel somewhere. Now, if you are asking and saying I will give you something in exchange for letting us build a hotel, that would be wrong. But I haven't heard any evidence of that. Just trying to build a hotel somewhere, I can't imagine how that would be criminal.