Mueller has allegedly collected enough evidence as part of the probe into Russia's meddling in the 2016 presidential election to file charges against former national security adviser Michael Flynn and his son, according to NBC News.
According to NBC, Mueller's team is also pursuing reports that Flynn proposed a plan to the Turkish government to remove a prominent opponent of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan from the us, potentially in violation of USA and worldwide law, for the benefit of the Turkish government.
Last week the Justice Department unsealed indictments against Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort and a business partner of his, Rick Gates.
Former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn resigned under pressure after only 24 days on the job, setting a record for the shortest tenure in the post.
If the elder Flynn is indicted, it would be the first charges brought against someone who worked in the Trump White House.
NBC also reports that Flynn's son could be under investigation for work that he did under his father's lobbying firm.
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It has been reported that Flynn's son, Michael G. Flynn, could also be indicted separately or at the same time as his father.
Other media sources are jumping on the report to say it's a sign Mueller "is closing in on the White House". The inquiries are said to relate to his lobbying work and will investigate whether he laundered money or lied to the Federal Bureau of Investigation about his work.
If charged, Flynn would become the first member of Trump's administration to face prosecution in the growing, wide-ranging investigation into whether the president's campaign team colluded with Russian Federation to damage the reputation of Hillary Clinton.
And having Flynn's son over a barrel could get him there.
Another Trump campaign aide, George Papadopoulos, pleaded guilty to lying to FBI investigators.