Mueller asks to interview Trump in-person because written responses were 'not enough': report
Special counsel Robert Mueller and Donald Trump (Wikimedia Commons)

Special counsel Robert Mueller and his team were apparently not satisfied with Donald Trump's written responses to their questions -- and still want to interview him in-person.

CNN reported Friday evening that, according to two sources familiar with the matter, Trump's responses were "not enough" and that the president's lawyers have already denied the special counsel's interview request.

"Mueller's interest in talking with the president continues, and it includes an interest in asking questions about the president's state of mind in regards to actions under scrutiny in the obstruction probe," CNN's Pamela Brown reported on-air.