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Attorneys for US President Donald Trump said their client would not be conducting an interview with special counsel Robert Mueller's investigators on the investigation into "Russian collusion" under the terms of the interview Mueller provided.
Axar.az informs citing The New York Times.
"We have responded in writing to the latest proposal from the Office of Special Counsel regarding its request to interview the President," Jay Sekulow, the president's lawyer, said Wednesday afternoon. Trump refused to interview with Mueller, The New York Times reported, citing people familiar with the matter.
"We're restating what we have been saying for months: it is time for the Office of Special Counsel to conclude its inquiry without further delay," said Rudy Giuliana, a fellow member of Trump's personal legal team and former mayor of New York City. "Millions of pages of documents along with testimony from dozens of witnesses have been provided," he said, yet Mueller seems to have prolonged the investigation in Giuliani's eyes.
2018.08.08 / 22:55