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Fox News: Trump-Mueller Interview More Likely After Midterms

President Donald Trump out of the darkness at a campaign rally
President Donald Trump (Susan Walsh/AP)

By    |   Thursday, 20 September 2018 06:47 PM

It is looking more and more likely special counsel Robert Mueller's team will interview President Donald Trump for the Russia investigation, but it would not occur until after the November elections, according to a new report.

Fox News reported Thursday that both parties have been discussing the potential for an interview with the president. A source told the network "I think the plane lands" when asked if it seems like the interview will happen.

Trump's team of outside attorneys, which includes former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, is skeptical of allowing the president to speak with Mueller out of fears he could commit perjury. Trump, on the other hand, has expressed his desire to talk in an effort to clear his name over allegations his campaign colluded with the Russians.

Giuliani has demanded any questions about obstruction of justice not be included in the questioning. He only wants questions pertaining to collusion.

Mueller's team reportedly is willing to accept at least some of Trump's answers in writing.

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While it is looking more likely President Donald Trump will interview with special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian election meddling, it will not happen until after the November elections, Fox News reported.
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