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You may have already seen a picture of "indictment bingo". If you haven't, here is an example:
There are a number of different versions posted on line, and the names keep changing. At this point, it looks like "4 corner bingo" seems like the most likely result.
Yesterday morning, prosecutors in New York State (where the inaugural committee was based) filed charges against the inaugural committee for "suspicious" handling of the $100 million that was raised for the inauguration. We known for a a fact that at least 4 Russians paid a lot of money to attend the inauguration, apparently to develop some type of influence on Donald Trump. Prior to yesterday, Robert Mueller has issued 35 indictments, so yesterday's charges just add to the total for anything related to Trump. Since the indictments were issued by a state court, Trump will be unable to issue pardons for whoever the guilty parties turn out to be, and one of the those people could be his daughter Ivanka.
You also are aware of fact that filed for re-election on the day he was sworn in. As of October, his re-election committee had raised over $100 million. At the same point in his first term, Obama had only raised $4 million, and George W. Bush had only raised $3.2 million.
Obviously, the big questions is, what happens to all that money if he does not get nominated for re-election, or (more likely) if he is forced to resign before his first term is up. Federal law prohibits the funds to go to the candidate himself, so Trump (at least in theory) can't pocket the money and retire in Moscow.
It appears that the leftover funds COULD go to the Republican National Committee, which could explain why they just merged with the Trump campaign.