Mueller’s Release Of Trump Questions To NYT’s Shifts Investigation To Propaganda Campaign

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On Monday, the New York Times released 44 questions (coincidental that Obama was the 44th president?) that were likely obtained from Robert Mueller or his team investigating Russian collusion of the Trump Campaign.

The questions are meant to be asked to President Trump in the event Mueller has the opportunity to question the President.

However, the real question at the moment is, “Why did the special counsel release these questions?”

Michael D’Anonio, author of “Never Enough: Donald Trump and the Pursuit of Success” wrote for CNN, “Mueller’s questions are a red cape and Trump is the bull.”

That’s possible but former Congressman Bob Barr, had different thoughts, “Robert Mueller’s release of questions for President Trump is flatly bizarre and serves no purpose other than to wage public, prosecutorial war for the benefit of the media.

“Having served as a United States Attorney under President Reagan, not only have I never witnessed such a strange move by a prosecutor, but I can’t imagine why an attorney would do this other than to lift his personal profile and sway opinion outside of the courtroom. If that’s the case, the release of the questions to the New York Times is nothing more than taxpayer-funded propaganda targeting a sitting president.

Barr continued, “This latest revelation reaffirms my recommendation that under no circumstances should the President be interviewed by Mueller.”

Read the following list of questions and add your thoughts in the comment section below:

Mueller’s Release of Trump Questions to NYT’s Shifts Investigation to Propaganda Campaign

On Monday, the New York Times released 44 questions (coincidental that Obama was the 44th president?) that were likely obtained from Robert Mueller or his team investigating Russian collusion of the Trump Campaign.

The questions are meant to be asked to President Trump in the event Mueller has the opportunity to question the President.

However, the real question at the moment is, “Why did the special counsel release these questions?”

Michael D’Anonio, author of “Never Enough: Donald Trump and the Pursuit of Success” wrote for CNN, “Mueller’s questions are a red cape and Trump is the bull.”

That’s possible but former Congressman Bob Barr, had different thoughts, “Robert Mueller’s release of questions for President Trump is flatly bizarre and serves no purpose other than to wage public, prosecutorial war for the benefit of the media.

“Having served as a United States Attorney under President Reagan, not only have I never witnessed such a strange move by a prosecutor, but I can’t imagine why an attorney would do this other than to lift his personal profile and sway opinion outside of the courtroom. If that’s the case, the release of the questions to the New York Times is nothing more than taxpayer-funded propaganda targeting a sitting president.

Barr continued, “This latest revelation reaffirms my recommendation that under no circumstances should the President be interviewed by Mueller.”

Read the following list of questions and add your thoughts in the comment section below:

Questions about General Michael Flynn

1. What did you know about phone calls that Mr. Flynn made with the Russian ambassador, Sergey I. Kislyak, in late December 2016?
2. What was your reaction to news reports on Jan. 12, 2017, and Feb. 8-9, 2017?
3. What did you know about Sally Yates’s meetings about Mr. Flynn?
4. How was the decision made to fire Mr. Flynn on Feb. 13, 2017?
5. After the resignations, what efforts were made to reach out to Mr. Flynn about seeking immunity or possible pardon?

Questions about James Comey

1. What was your opinion of Mr. Comey during the transition?
2. What did you think about Mr. Comey’s intelligence briefing on Jan. 6, 2017, about Russian election interference?
3. What was your reaction to Mr. Comey’s briefing that day about other intelligence matters?
4. What was the purpose of your Jan. 27, 2017, dinner with Mr. Comey, and what was said?
5. What was the purpose of your Feb. 14, 2017, meeting with Mr. Comey, and what was said?
6. What did you know about the F.B.I.’s investigation into Mr. Flynn and Russia in the days leading up to Mr. Comey’s testimony on March 20, 2017?
7. What did you do in reaction to the March 20 testimony? Describe your contacts with intelligence officials.
8. What did you think and do in reaction to the news that the special counsel was speaking to Mr. Rogers, Mr. Pompeo and Mr. Coats?
9. What was the purpose of your calls to Mr. Comey on March 30 and April 11, 2017?
10. What was the purpose of your April 11, 2017, statement to Maria Bartiromo?
11. What did you think and do about Mr. Comey’s May 3, 2017, testimony?
12. Regarding the decision to fire Mr. Comey: When was it made? Why? Who played a role?
13. What did you mean when you told Russian diplomats on May 10, 2017, that firing Mr. Comey had taken the pressure off?
14. What did you mean in your interview with Lester Holt about Mr. Comey and Russia?

15. What was the purpose of your May 12, 2017, tweet?
16. What did you think about Mr. Comey’s June 8, 2017, testimony regarding Mr. Flynn, and what did you do about it?
17. What was the purpose of the September and October 2017 statements, including tweets, regarding an investigation of Mr. Comey?

18. What is the reason for your continued criticism of Mr. Comey and his former deputy, Andrew G. McCabe?

Questions about Jeff Sessions

1. What did you think and do regarding the recusal of Mr. Sessions?
2. What efforts did you make to try to get him to change his mind?
3. Did you discuss whether Mr. Sessions would protect you, and reference past attorneys general?
4. What did you think and what did you do in reaction to the news of the appointment of the special counsel?
5. Why did you hold Mr. Sessions’s resignation until May 31, 2017, and with whom did you discuss it?
6. What discussions did you have with Reince Priebus in July 2017 about obtaining the Sessions resignation? With whom did you discuss it?
7. What discussions did you have regarding terminating the special counsel, and what did you do when that consideration was reported in January 2018?
8. What was the purpose of your July 2017 criticism of Mr. Sessions?


Russia Collusion Questions

1. When did you become aware of the Trump Tower meeting?
2. What involvement did you have in the communication strategy, including the release of Donald Trump Jr.’s emails?
3. During a 2013 trip to Russia, what communication and relationships did you have with the Agalarovs and Russian government officials?
4. What communication did you have with Michael D. Cohen, Felix Sater and others, including foreign nationals, about Russian real estate developments during the campaign?
5. What discussions did you have during the campaign regarding any meeting with Mr. Putin? Did you discuss it with others?
6. What discussions did you have during the campaign regarding Russian sanctions?
7. What involvement did you have concerning platform changes regarding arming Ukraine?
8. During the campaign, what did you know about Russian hacking, use of social media or other acts aimed at the campaign?

9. What knowledge did you have of any outreach by your campaign, including by Paul Manafort, to Russia about potential assistance to the campaign?
10. What did you know about communication between Roger Stone, his associates, Julian Assange or WikiLeaks?
11. What did you know during the transition about an attempt to establish back-channel communication to Russia, and Jared Kushner’s efforts?
12. What do you know about a 2017 meeting in Seychelles involving Erik Prince?
13. What do you know about a Ukrainian peace proposal provided to Mr. Cohen in 2017?