President Trump’s attorney Rudy Giuliani told the Associated Press that questions relating to obstruction of justice from special counsel Robert Mueller are a “no-go.” “That is not going to happen,” Giuliani said. “There will be no questions at all on obstruction.” Earlier this week, Mueller’s office sent a letter to the White House announcing that it would accept Trump’s answers on questions relating to Russian interference in writing. Giuliani suggested that those terms were agreed upon, but whether Mueller’s team would be allowed to ask follow-up questions was still up in the air. “It would be in written form and if you want to follow up on our answers, justify it. Show us why you didn’t get there the first time,” Giuliani said. “We aren’t going to let them spring it on us.” Mueller reportedly wants to quiz the president about obstruction of justice—including questions about former FBI director James Comey—and reportedly has been scrutinizing Trump’s tweets in his inquiry.
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