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19 November 2018, 01:57 | Tara Lloyd
In a swipe at the investigation into 2016 election interference and possible ties between Moscow and the Trump campaign, the president said earlier that "you have to always be careful when you answer questions with people that probably have bad intentions".
The president's ongoing frustration was evident in a series of aggressive tweets sent out this week, in which he continued his attacks on the investigation, Mueller and the Democratic Party.
The source would not explicitly say whether the President answered those questions other than to say that there are "responses" to all of the questions that were asked.
Mueller, who Rosenstein named to head the Russian Federation investigation in May 2017, is investigating whether members of Trump's campaign conspired with Moscow in the 2016 election and whether Trump has unlawfully sought to obstruct the probe, which has cast a cloud over his presidency.
During months of back-and-forth negotiations with the special counsel office, Mr. Trump's lawyers have repeatedly counseled the president against sitting down for an in-person interview.
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And in a case spun off by Mueller, Michael Cohen, who was the billionaire developer's vice president and fixer at the Trump Organization, pleaded guilty in NY to charges related to hush payments made to women who claimed affairs with Trump.
Though he spent hours with his lawyers, Mr Trump insisted: "My lawyers don't write answers, I write answers".
Russian Federation has denied any interference in the 2016 presidential election.
On Thursday, he took to Twitter to describe Mr Mueller as "conflicted", called the investigation "absolutely nuts", adding that those involved in the long-running probe "are a disgrace to our nation".
"From what I'm hearing it's ending and I'm sure it'll be just fine", Trump said.
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Macron told Europe 1 radio that the "main victim" of the United States withdrawal from the INF accord was Europe and its security. On Tuesday, Emmanuel macron called for the creation of "a true European army", to reduce dependence on the United States.
For months, the president has told confidants he fears Donald Trump Jr, perhaps inadvertently, broke the law by being untruthful with investigators after a June 2016 Trump Tower meeting with a Kremlin-connected lawyer, according to one Republican close to the White House.
Trump has also complained about efforts in the Senate by his longtime foe, Arizona Sen.
The special counsel's team has not indicated publicly that it has drawn any conclusions about whether Trump associates conspired with the Russians or whether the president obstructed justice.
Tensions have risen even higher over the probe since Trump last week ousted Jeff Sessions as US attorney general and named Matthew Whitaker as his replacement on an acting basis. The special counsel's investigators likely want him to address that for the record in their questions.
Gov. Jerry Brown and Gov. -elect Gavin Newsom, both Democrats, have welcomed Mr. Trump's visit, declaring it's time "to pull together for the people of California". The special counsel position does not require confirmation, and the former Federal Bureau of Investigation director was confirmed for that previous job. Cohen has pleaded guilty to a series of crimes and has said under oath that Trump ordered him to make hush-money payments to cover up an affair.
Even as Trump mused in the West Wing about making staffing changes, he pushed back against media coverage of his recent setbacks. He said some were "unnecessary", some were "possible traps" and that "we might consider some as irrelevant".
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