The Washington Post reported that the president’s attorneys have been thoroughly reviewing over two dozen of Mueller’s questions for Trump, which all relate to “activities and episodes from before Trump’s election.”
“There are some that create more issues for us legally than others,” Giuliani said, calling some of the questions “unnecessary,” and “possible traps.” “We might consider some as irrelevant,” he said.
The president spent more than 4 hours with his attorneys on Monday, and another hour and a half with them on Wednesday evening, according to Post sources.
The President’s answers to Mueller’s questions could come as soon as today.
Yesterday, Trump blasted the Special Counsel in a series of tweets, calling the inner workings of the investigation “a total mess.”
He called Mueller’s team of investigators a “disgrace to our Nation,” and said they were “shouting at people” and “horribly threatening them to come up with the answers they want.”
The President went on to accuse Mueller of protecting Hillary Clinton, former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, FBI lawyer Lisa Page, and FBI agent Peter Strzok. He also questioned why the FBI did not take the server from the DNC after it was hacked by Russia.