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Numerous Key Mueller-to-Trump Questions and Answers Released

With Wikileaks at the forefront of Mueller’s mind, these answers could be highly significant.

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In the ongoing saga of the Russian “witch hunt”, as described by the President, we now know that Donald Trump has answered at least a few key questions held by the Special Counsel.

We know this because two of these pieces of dialogue have been relayed to CNN today by unnamed sources.

President Donald Trump told special counsel Robert Mueller in writing that Roger Stone did not tell him about WikiLeaks, nor was he told about the 2016 Trump Tower meeting between his son, campaign officials and a Russian lawyer promising dirt on Hillary Clinton, according to two sources familiar with the matter.

One source described the President’s answers without providing any direct quotes and said the President made clear he was answering to the best of his recollection.
This is the first insight into how the President responded to the Mueller team’s written questions — a key unknown as Mueller aims to wrap up his investigation and prepare his final report.
These two points — WikiLeaks and the Trump Tower meeting — are critical to Mueller’s central mission: investigating whether the Trump campaign colluded with Russians during the 2016 campaign.
The release comes as many believe Robert Mueller is wrapping up his investigation into purported Russian collusion between the Trump 2016 campaign the the Russian government.  His latest focus seems to be the timing of Trump’s knowledge of a late-campaign Wikileaks release of emails hacked and stolen from within the Hillary Clinton organization.
The material contained within these emails would invariably alter the outcome of the election, after it was exposed that Hillary Clinton had financially conquered the DNC, and then used that leverage to rig the primaries against Bernie Sanders.
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Parnas Says Ex-Trump Attorney Told Him To ‘Be A Good Boy’ And Sacrifice Himself For President Trump

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