Giuliani says trump team ‘close’ on deal for written questions, Müller exclude sit-down: report

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President Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani said in an interview on Thursday that his team is on the verge of a deal for the President to provide written answers to questions from special counsel Robert Müller on the alleged collusion between the Trump campaign, and Russia.

Giuliani told Politico in an interview, in-person survey was not excluded.

“I think we are pretty close to an agreement, maybe this weekend,” Giuliani told the outlet in relation to an offer for a written reply.

Giuliani also said the two sides has not yet reached an agreement over the issues of obstruction of justice. He told the Associated Press earlier that she is “a no-go.”

“We are pleased that [but] we are close to it 100 percent,” Giuliani told Politico. “We don’t want to fool you, they [the prosecutors] and you have to think, it is quite easy, but we have not closed our mind to it.”

In a letter last week, Mueller’s team said it would accept written answers from Trump on the issues in connection with the Russian election disorders. Giuliani proposed to the AP earlier Thursday that Trump’s questions, the lawyers had agreed to these terms but investigators questions, follow-up-ban wanted.

“It would be in written form and if you want to justify follow-up on our answers, it. You don’t show us, why you did not get it the first time,” Giuliani said. He said he would not rule that out entirely, answering a second round of questions, say, the Problem should be eliminated before the President answers nothing at all.

“We will not allow you to said spring on us,” Giuliani, who served as a lawyer-spokesperson of the President’s personal legal team.

Müller’s team proposed in March, you could subpoena the President, although it would be likely to quarrel prompt a court.

In addition to questions about an alleged agreement with Russia, Miller has expressed interest and asked Trump’s questions about James Comey, Jeff Sessions, and his role in the drafting of a statement to The New York Times on a June visited 2016 meeting at Trump Tower, his son, Donald Trump Jr, and a Russian lawyer.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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