Special counsel Robert Mueller's team on Monday provided a list of more than four dozen questions he wants to ask Donald Trump to the president's lawyers. Soon after, The New York Times acquired the special counsel's wish list and published it.
"The open-ended queries appear to be an attempt to penetrate the president’s thinking, to get at the motivation behind some of his most combative Twitter posts and to examine his relationships with his family and his closest advisers," the Times report noted.
The questions are grouped around four categories: Trump's controversial former national security adviser Mike Flynn; former FBI director James Comey; Attorney General Jeff Sessions and his recusal from the Russia investigation; and alleged collusion with Russia.
You can read all of the questions via the Times.