- U.S. President Donald Trump meets with bi-partisan members of Congress to discuss school and community safety in the wake of the Florida school shootings at the White House in Washington, U.S., February 28, 2018.
- Reuters/Kevin Lamarque
- Special counsel Robert Mueller has taken an interest in some of President Donald Trump’s tweets.
- According to an outline of questions Mueller reportedly wants to ask Trump during a one-on-one interview, Mueller would query Trump on his tweets about the former FBI director James Comey, who he fired in May 2017.
- Mueller sent a list of about 50 questions to Trump’s legal team as part of ongoing negotiations for a sit-down talk with the president as part of the Russia investigation, The New York Times reported on Monday.
Special counsel Robert Mueller has some questions about President Donald Trump’s musings on Twitter, in which Trump has posted strongly worded messages about people directly and indirectly connected to the Russia investigation, The New York Times reported on Monday night.
The newspaper published a list of questions it said represents an outline of what Mueller would ask Trump during a one-on-one interview.
Mueller wants to know what the president had in mind when he tweeted about the former FBI director James Comey, the attorney general Jeff Sessions. and deputy FBI director Andrew McCabe, according to The Times.
Those tweets include:
During his first full year in office, Trump’s tweets frequently dominated headlines and provided a window into the overall chaos that roiled the White House.
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- 'Is Trump hinting at quid pro quo for silence?': Shock and conspiracy sweep Twitter after Trump's message of support for jailed Ghislaine Maxwell as she awaits trial for grooming and abusing teenage girls
- 'I wish her well, frankly': Trump sends message of support to ex-neighbor Ghislaine Maxwell as she awaits trial for sex trafficking minors as the 'madam' of billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein
- House Democrats target Trump's pardon power following Stone commutation
- Sinking Trump seeks to squash GOP dissent
- Trump says he will not fire Kellyanne Conway for Hatch Act violations
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