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President Donald Trump has submitted written answers to the special counsel Robert Mueller in the Russia investigation. This round of questions didn’t cover obstruction of justice, but Trump’s lawyer Rudy Giuliani reportedly said Trump would not answer any such questions in the future either. Giuliani argued that executive privilege would shield Trump from answering some of Mueller’s more damning questions.
President Donald Trump won’t answer any questions from the special counsel Robert Mueller having to do with obstruction of justice, Trump’s lawyer Rudy Giuliani told the news website Axios in an article published Wednesday.
Trump submitted written answers for Mueller’s Russia investigation on Tuesday but ruled out answering any future questions about his behavior as president, Axios reported.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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