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Politico: Trump Might Prep for Mueller Interview on Golf Time

Politico: Trump Might Prep for Mueller Interview on Golf Time
President Donald Trump (Andrew Harrer/AP)

By    |   Thursday, 17 May 2018 05:59 PM

President Donald Trump's legal team plans to use his off time and time spent on the golf course this summer to prepare him for a possible interview with special counsel Robert Mueller.

Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, who is a member of Trump's legal team, told Politico about the idea, saying it will be similar to how then-candidate Trump prepared for debates during the 2016 campaign.

"You can't take a president away to Camp David and just prepare him for two or three weeks," Giuliani said.

"I think of it as the way we prepared him for debates. He never liked to be sitting down for long stretches. We'd do an hour here, two hours there. We'd end up doing 15, 16 hours of preparation, particularly for the first debate. But we'd do it here and there. We have to do it over the course of two or three weeks. Maybe at nights, maybe in the morning."

The interview prep would likely begin after the June 12 nuclear summit between Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, Giuliani said. At the moment, however, Trump's lawyers have not yet agreed to a Trump interview with Mueller or a member of his team.

Mueller's investigation, which is looking at whether the Trump campaign colluded with Russia, began a year ago and has yet to make public any evidence that points to collusion between the two parties.

Giuliani told CNN on Wednesday that Mueller informed him he would not push to indict Trump because he is a sitting president.

"They have to follow the Justice Department rules," Giuliani said.

Trump has insisted on multiple occasions he is willing to sit down with Mueller's team and answer their questions, since he claims no collusion took place.

Giuliani is more guarded, saying the president's team would only allow an interview to happen if it meets certain criteria.

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To prepare for a possible interview with special counsel Robert Mueller, President Donald Trump's legal team plans to use his off time and time spent on the golf course this summer.
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