I Have 100 Photos Of Mueller, Comey ‘Hugging And Kissing’

I Have 100 Photos Of Mueller, Comey ‘Hugging And Kissing’

In his newest letter to President Donald Trump's legal team, Special Counsel Robert Mueller is now offering that Trump submit written answers on questions of his campaign's possible conspiring with Russian Federation to interfere with the 2016 election, according to a Tuesday New York Times report.

Mueller told the president's legal team late last week in a letter that he would accept some of Trump's testimony in writing, according to a report from the New York Times.

Special counsel Robert Mueller sent a letter to Trump's legal team expressing a willingness to accept written answers to some questions, a source says.

And the special counsel left open the possibility that he may still try to press Trump in person about a second piece of his investigation: whether the president has sought to block the probe since taking office. For one thing, Trump asserts, Mueller interviewed with Trump for the FBI Director job, and didn't get it, and is presumably disgruntled.

Peter Carr, a spokesman for the Special Counsel's office, declined to comment. However, he has said in previous interviews that he is "looking forward" to an interview with Mueller and that "he would love to do it".

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The president's attorneys have made it clear they will not allow any questions that deal with the president's powers under Article II of the Constitution, which includes hiring and firing of federal officials. Trump's team has not yet responded to the offer.

The White House Counsel's Office, led by attorney Emmet Flood, has been girding to fight a subpoena for Trump's testimony under oath.

The move by Mueller comes after he has issued two lengthy indictments detailing Russian efforts to interfere in the presidential campaign.

Trump's lawyers said that they fear Mueller could accuse Trump of perjury because the presdient remembers key events differently than other witnesses.

"Republicans are trying to hide as much about Kavanaugh's record as they can because they know it would be damning", Meyers argued, showing Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) bang his gavel as 2010's Grassley, on split screen, demanded all documents relating to then-Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan and ample time to review them. You know, he's Comey's best friend, ' Trump said.

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