>> In by swearing you in.>> Special Counsel, Robert Mueller continues to wrangle with Donald Trump's attorneys about if and how the president will answer questions in Mueller's probe of Russian interference. Trump lawyer, Rudy Giuliani told Reuters that Mueller doesn't appear to be satisfied with Trump simply sending written responses to questions.
Giuliani said Mueller wants Trump to commit to a follow up interview, which he saw as a hardening of Muller's demands. Giuliani told Reuters, quote, I thought we were close to having an agreement until they came back with, you have to agree now that you'll allow a follow-up, and I don't see how we can do it.
Lawyers for Trump have been negotiating over a potential interview with Mueller's team, since last year.
You know, they're still looking for collusion. Where is the collusion? Trump has denied any collusion between his campaign and the alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 Presidential election, and calls Mueller's probe a witch hunt.
>> Russian witch hunt.>> Giuliani has described an interview with Mueller as a potential perjury trap, an opportunity to catch Trump making a false statement under oath. Legal experts agree Trump could find himself in hot water. If negotiations break down with Mueller, a subpoena could be issued for Trump to testify before a grand jury.
Giuliani says, they would fight it all the way to the Supreme Court. A scenario which Democrats repeatedly asked Supreme Court nominee, Brett Kavanaugh, to weight in on, without much luck.>> You can't give me an answer on whether a president has to respond to a subpoena?>> My understanding is that you're asking me to give my view on a potential hypothetical.