He 'Destroys People': Gohmert Demands Mueller Resign in Report on Bureaucrat's 'Problematic' Past


A lengthy list of questions Special Counsel Robert Mueller wants to ask President Trump has been leaked to The New York Times.

More than half of the approximately 50 questions relate to possible obstruction of justice, and about a dozen involve allegations of possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia.

Trump blasted the leak on Tuesday morning, calling it "disgraceful" that the questions made it out to the media.

Fox News senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano said the questions are a "treasure trove into Bob Mueller's thinking."

"It tells me they already know the answers to many of those questions, they can document the answers and they want to see if the president will tell the truth," Napolitano said on "Fox & Friends" on Tuesday.

He reminded viewers that any misstatement by Trump in a possible interview with Mueller could be construed as a lie to a federal official in a formal investigation.

Lying to federal investigators is itself a crime, even if prosecutors cannot prove that any other criminal activity occurred, Napolitano explained, noting that's what led to the indictments of Michael Flynn and George Papadopoulos.

He said the leaked questions also suggest that Mueller and his team want Trump to talk freely, much as he did in his recent marathon interview on "Fox & Friends."

"When he does that, he reveals things that are pieces of the puzzle that they don't know the answers to yet, and that will fill [it] in."


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