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Trump's attorneys worried Trump might lie under oath

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This shouldn't come as a surprise to anyone anymore, but if your own attorneys can't trust you to tell the truth just for an hour, you know you've got a problem. According to The New York Times President Donald Trump's attorneys are trying to avoid the Trump's interview with Mueller as they are afraid he would lie under oath.

NYT published that at least four people briefed with the matter, Trump's attorneys urge the president to refuse the interview with Mueller's team. Trump on the other hand said in January that he actually wanted to speak to Mueller and was willing to do it under oath. "I am looking forward to it, actually. Here is the story: There has been no collusion whatsoever. There is no obstruction whatsoever. And I am looking forward to it," he said.




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