Special counsel Robert Mueller was appointed for one purpose – to set up the impeachment of Donald Trump.
He has spent one year digging through every conspiracy theory about the President.
And Washington was rocked by one leak which finally revealed how Mueller plans to frame the President.
An anonymous source leaked to the New York Times the questions Mueller plans to ask Trump.
They range from his business dealings, to the 2013 trip to Moscow for the Miss Universe Pageant, to his state of mind when firing James Comey, to questions about Trump campaign aides contacting Russia during the election.
Mueller also outrageously plans to question Trump about his tweets.
The Daily Caller reports:
“Special Counsel Robert Mueller has submitted a list of 48 questions to President Donald Trump’s legal team he hopes to have answered in a prospective interview as part of the investigation into possible obstruction of justice and campaign collusion with Russia.
The New York Times obtained the list of questions, which are moistly related to a potential obstruction of justice case against Trump.
Five questions relate to Michael Flynn, the former national security adviser who was forced to resign on Feb. 13, 2017. Eighteen questions focus on James Comey, who Trump fired as FBI director on May 9, 2017. Eight questions center on Attorney General Jeff Sessions, and 13 regard possible coordination between the Trump campaign and Russian government.
Perhaps the most intriguing question regarding possible collusion is about Paul Manafort, the former Trump campaign chairman.
“What knowledge did you have of any outreach by your campaign, including by Paul Manafort, to Russia about potential assistance to the campaign?” one question reads.
“It is not clear whether Mr. Mueller knows something new, but there is no publicly available information linking Mr. Manafort, the former campaign chairman, to such outreach,” The Times noted.”
Sitting for an interview consisting of 48 questions – and the subsequent follow ups – will be a days-long undertaking.
Conservatives saw the open-ended nature of the questions and immediately realized Mueller was trying to trap the President and criminalize his political behavior.
Would any defense lawyer advise @realDonaldTrump to meet with SC Mueller? In the absence of any evidence of collusion, why? There is a constitutional objection to the very idea of obstruction in the dismissal of Mr. Comey. No collusion = end of inquiry. https://t.co/XyBCucDpMQ
— Hugh Hewitt (@hughhewitt) May 1, 2018
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