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Special Counsel Reportedly Agrees To Accept Written Answers From President

After months of trying to get the president to answer questions about Russia in person, Robert Mueller's office has agreed to accept at least some written answers, according to The New York Times.

Special counsel Robert Mueller has reportedly dropped his insistence that President Trump appear in person to answer questions related to potential coordination his 2016 election campaign and Russia, agreeing instead to accept written responses.

first reported on a letter sent Friday

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