First charges in Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation approved

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WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Court is in session.

A federal grand jury has laid down the law and approved the first charges in Robert Mueller's Russia investigation.

In case you've been living under a political rock, here's the low down. The investigation is focused on Russia's alleged involvement in Trump's 2016 presidential campaign. Now in a major break through, charges have been filed.

The grand jury sealed all the juicy details, though! Like who's being charged, and what the charges even are! What we do know is anyone charged could reportedly be taken into custody as early as Monday.

"This is what we've been waiting for, to see if investigators will bring charges in this probe that even impacts the President to a degree because investigators have been looking at his potential involvement in the obstruction of justice," CNN Justice Correspondent, Pamela Brown said. "You see him tweeting about it calling it a witch hunt, a hoax, a waste of taxpayers dollars."

All eyes are on the President and how he may or not be involved in all this Russia mess. On Friday, Trump tweeted:

Guess we'll just have to wait and see if that's true.