Mueller says he’d accept written responses from Trump

Charles Krupa  The Associated Press FilesU.S. President Donald Trump’s lawyer Rudy Giuliani’s TV-interview assertion that ‘truth isn’t truth’ will surely rank as one of the political head-scratchers of 2018

Mueller will accept some written answers from Trump to questions in Russia probe: sources

Special counsel Robert Mueller is willing to accept written responses from U.S. President Donald Trump regarding any potential co-ordination between his campaign and the Kremlin's efforts to interfere in the 2016 presidential election.

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.

The business dispute is that Mueller was a member of a Trump-owned golf club, and left the club in 2011, and, according to the Washington Post, "sent a letter requesting a dues refund in accordance with normal club practice and never heard back".

After receiving the written responses, Mueller's investigators would decide on a next step, which could include an interview with Trump, the person said.

The president's team has also reportedly been wary of sending Trump into an interview with Mueller. The president believes that he has done nothing wrong and that he can prove that and bring an end to the investigation. 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".

The question of whether Trump will submit to an interview has been a long-running debate inside the president's legal team. I told you he was a goddamn dumbbell.

"We'll decline to comment", special counsel spokesman Peter Carr told the Daily News. "You know, he's Comey's best friend", said Trump.

Trump claimed at the time that Mueller had multiple conflicts of interest, according to a January NYT report that relied on four unnamed sources.

'So that's four things, that's four, then you have the conflicts of the people - you know I call them the 17 angry Democrats, I guess they're being lowered down now, ' Trump said, referencing staff that transferred out of Mueller's office.

"This White House has been the most transparent in history when it comes to investigations or inquiries like this", Sekulow said.

The most important discrepancy relates to a meeting he had with Comey.

Trump's assertion about the 100 incriminating photo is just another one of his attempts to delegitimize the Mueller investigation.

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