For months the reports on the thinking within Trump's legal team were irregular, and they indicated that there were significant personal and strategic disagreements among his attorneys.
The Post said Trump and some advisers hope to use the release of the questions to further criticize Mueller's investigation.
He'd ask why President Trump instructed his White House counsel to urge his attorney general not to recuse himself and raged at Jeff Sessions' s failure to protect President Trump from the probe. "The mob takes the Fifth", as he has said.
If Trump refuses to give a voluntary interview, prosecutors could issue a subpoena compelling testimony. The scale of the questions that Mueller planned to raise with Trump has left the President fuming, according to the Post.
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John Dowd, the president's former lead lawyer, told the Associated Press yesterday that Mueller's team raised the subpoena possibility in a tense March meeting. AP's Eric Tucker gives context to this latest development in the story about the Russia investigation. And the funds she's raising could very well help Democrats win back the House majority they lost in 2010.
The final report-which I expect in three to six months-will describe in great detail the network of real "witches" affiliated with the Trump campaign. He tweeted: "'It would seem hard to obstruct justice for a crime that never happened.' It would seem hard, but you make it look easy".
"It is sweet that Zuckerberg says this is for building long-term relationships".
One can draw several conclusions from the questions. Starr issued a subpoena to President Bill Clinton, but withdrew it when he agreed to testify voluntarily.
Then Colbert supplied some extra questions of his own for Mueller to ask Trump. The questions reflected what the defense lawyers anticipated Trump would be asked, rather than verbatim queries that Mueller's team provided, the person said.
Their political argument also has changed.
White House spokesman Raj Shah said the Times report was "troubling". The president's wrong about that.
Are relations between Mueller and Trump's team still on ice?
By this he means that his enemies are searching for evidence that, he says, doesn't exist to prove that some members of the Trump campaign illegally worked with Russian operatives. Twitter users, in particular, didn't think much of the idea.
That list, first reported by the New York Times on Monday, includes questions on Trump's ties to Russia and others to determine whether the president may have unlawfully tried to obstruct the investigation.
According to US media, documents seized in the raid included those regarding a $130,000 payment made to adult film star Stormy Daniels less than two weeks before the 2016 presidential elections.