Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani said special counsel Robert Mueller has agreed to limit the scope of a possible interview with President Donald Trump on CNN Friday morning.
Giuliani, one of Trump’s personal lawyers, said Mueller has agreed to narrow the scope of a potential interview with Trump from five topics to two, on CNN’s “New Day” with Chris Cuomo. The former mayor said that Mueller is not considering asking Trump about his former personal attorney Michael Cohen.
“Is this news that you believe that according to special counsel and their investigative team, there may be a narrowing of questions is that accurate?” Cuomo asked Giuliani. (RELATED: Rudy Giuliani Claims That Mueller’s Team Admitted That They Cannot Indict Trump)
“Yes, it is. It is accurate as of Wednesday night. Wednesday night we received a communication from them. Now, we did go through like five letters and we didn’t get a response. Then they sent us a response,” Giuliani responded. “I can’t go into detail, but narrowing the subjects for questioning down to about two.”
The news comes as Giuliani claimed Wednesday that Mueller’s team told Trump’s legal team that he cannot be indicted.
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