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Mueller raised possibility of Trump subpoena in March: report

Special suggest Robert Mueller floated the speculation of a subpoena to force President Donald Trump to reply to questions after his lawyers stated Trump had no legal responsibility to cooperate with Mueller's investigation, the Washington Post reported overdue Tuesday. The annoying incident in March is assumed to be the primary time Mueller raised the opportunity of subpoenaing Trump to testify sooner than a grand jury, the Post stated. The faceoff reportedly resulted in John Down stepping down from Trump's legal staff over a disagreement on whether Trump will have to put up to the interview, and also resulted in Mueller's staff offering Trump's lawyers virtually 50 questions on what they have been searching for. The New York Times revealed the ones questions Monday.