Giuliani tells AP: Pres. Trump won't answer obstruction questions

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Giuliani tells AP: Pres. Trump won't answer obstruction questions

Lincoln's Gettysburg Address was ridiculed by the "fake news" Trump thanks North Korea's Kim for promise to denuclearize during his tenure No NFL players visibly kneel during season opener MORE told reporters Friday he would be open to sitting down with special counsel Robert MuellerRobert Swan MuellerSasse: US should applaud choice of Mueller to lead Russian Federation probe MORE under specific circumstances, but is wary of landing in a perjury trap.

In a letter to Trump's lawyers last week, Mueller expressed a willingness to accept written responses on questions about collusion, but did not rule out a possible interview as a follow-up, a person familiar with the matter told Reuters on Tuesday.

Mr. Mueller's office has previously sought to interview the President about the obstruction issue, including his firing a year ago of former Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey and his public attacks on Attorney-General Jeff Sessions. While Trump has the legal power to, and has said he feels he has the full right sack the special counsel, the probe continues and Mueller is still at its helm.

Giuliani has indicated that he is willing to have Trump answer questions about potential collusion with Russian Federation during the 2016 campaign in writing.

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"That's a no-go. That is not going happen", Giuliani said.

"That is not going happen". "There will be no questions at all on obstruction". Giuliani suggested to the AP earlier Thursday that Trump's lawyers had agreed to those terms but wanted to prohibit investigators from asking follow-up questions.

Mr. Giuliani backpedaled on the claim late Thursday night in an interview with Politico.

In a key decision Thursday from the White House, the president's attorney Rudy Guiliani told the Associated Press that he would not be answering any questions from special counsel Robert Mueller about obstruction of justice.

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"I think we're pretty close to an agreement, maybe this weekend", he said.

Mr. Trump Jr. took the meeting, e-mails show, after it was described as part of a Russian government effort to help his father's campaign by providing derogatory information about Democratic Party candidate Hillary Clinton.

While Trump has previously said he's eager to sit down with Mueller, his lawyers reportedly fear their client would perjure himself.

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