As Special Counsel in charge of the Russia collusion investigation, it is Robert Mueller’s goal to bring down Trump.
His entire “investigation” has become nothing more than a partisan witch hunt.
But it is coming closer to an end, especially after the one thing Robert Mueller has been working so hard to keep secret was just revealed.
Robert Mueller’s biggest goal currently is to interview President Donald Trump.
He is hoping to either find proof that he colluded with Russians during the 2016 election, or find a way to twist his words to tie him into it anyway.
But so far, Mueller hasn’t found anything to connect the President to Russia collusion.
The only small bits of evidence he has found connecting people within his campaign have all been disproven very quickly.
With the goal of his interview with the President being connecting him to Russia collusion; keeping his questions as close to his chest as possible is the goal.
But before having the possibility of an interview, President Donald Trump requested the questions he would be asked, and Mueller was forced to turn those over.
Now, those questions are in the public’s eye, and here are a few of them, as provided by the New York Times:
What did you know about phone calls that Mr. Flynn made with the Russian ambassador, Sergey I. Kislyak, in late December 2016?
What did you know about Sally Yates’s meetings about Mr. Flynn?
How was the decision made to fire Mr. Flynn on Feb. 13, 2017?
After the resignations, what efforts were made to reach out to Mr. Flynn about seeking immunity or possible pardon?
What was your opinion of Mr. Comey during the transition?
What did you think about Mr. Comey’s intelligence briefing on 6, 2017, about Russian election interference?
What was your reaction to Mr. Comey’s briefing that day about other intelligence matters?
Regarding the decision to fire Mr. Comey: When was it made? Why? Who played a role?
What did you think and do regarding the recusal of Mr. Sessions?
What was the purpose of your July 2017 criticism of Mr. Sessions?
When did you become aware of the Trump Tower meeting?
What involvement did you have in the communication strategy, including the release of Donald Trump Jr.’s emails?
During a 2013 trip to Russia, what communication and relationships did you have with the Agalarovs and Russian government officials?
What discussions did you have during the campaign regarding any meeting with Mr. Putin? Did you discuss it with others?
As can be seen, a large number of the questions don’t seem to have anything to do with the Russia investigation, which Mueller is supposed to be leading.
This raises questions about the true intentions of the interview Mueller was attempting to have with Trump.
It seems to be a way to get an answer to every question that CNN wishes they could ask Trump under the threat of perjury if he misspeaks.
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