As we've seen in his administration, time and again, this is the precisely kind of crooks he hires. Not just from all the guilty pleas from the Special Counsel's investigation, but cabinet members and other on staff who've had to resign from controversies, many of which are expected to lead to criminal charges. It's stunning that Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross still has his job. Let alone isn't in prison.
But then, when that's the kind of crime family operation you've run for 40 years, that's who you know. And that's who you hire.
This article here in Raw Story puts the story in its Trump perspective. And this is the original article from the Chicago Sun-Times which is the foundation of the report with details of the charged-extortion.