Special Counsel Robert Mueller's office will serve the first indictment in connection to the Russian election meddling investigation on Monday, several news organizations reported over the weekend, citing an unnamed official familiar with the situation. CNN on Friday broke the story that a grand jury had approved initial charges, but the nature of the charges and the identity of the person targeted are at present sealed by a federal judge. President Trump's legal team worked over the weekend attempting to determine what Monday's announcement might be; they reportedly believe the most likely candidates for indictment are former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort or ousted National Security Adviser Michael Flynn.

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