An extended list of questions for President Trump from the special counsel's office was leaked to the New York Times Monday; raising serious questions over a string of "deliberate disclosures" coming from the months-long Mueller probe.
"They deal chiefly with the president's high-profile firings of the F.B.I. director and his first national security adviser, his treatment of Attorney General Jeff Sessions and a 2016 Trump Tower meeting between campaign officials and Russians offering dirt on Hillary Clinton".
"I am told by my sources tonight, that the New York Times is full of crap", said Hannity "A lot of those questions are not the questions that the special counsel is asking".
Mueller is probing Russia's alleged interference in the 2016 presidential election, whether Moscow colluded with the Trump campaign and if the president has unlawfully tried to obstruct the investigation.
In addition, Mueller has questions about Trump's business affairs, especially possible deals linked to Russian Federation, and what happened on Trump's 2013 trip to Moscow for the Miss Universe pageant he owned at the time.
It's unclear to whom Trump was referring about the leak.
What questions does the special counsel have... Trump has repeatedly denied any collusion.
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Additional questions centre on Michael Flynn, Mr Trump's former national security adviser, who has pleaded guilty to lying to the Federal Bureau of Investigation about his discussions on sanctions against Russia with Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak during the presidential transition.
Whether Mueller will have the opportunity to get answers directly from Trump remains an open question. The connective tissue in all of those story lines is cash - whether it's Trump's own, money moving through Michael Cohen or the financial dealings of Trump son-in-law Jared Kushner.
What knowledge did Trump have of any outreach by his presidential campaign, including Manafort, to Russian Federation about possible assistance to the campaign? It would seem the biggest issue related to that would be firing former FBI Director James Comey. "He was insane, a real nut job", Trump told the Russians.
"The real questions will be the follow up questions that will rely on detailed facts provided by Mueller's cooperating witnesses - Flynn, Gates and Papadopoulos - other witnesses who have not pled to any violations, and documents, including emails and data from the review of massive computer evidence", he said.
Most of the questions relate to possible obstruction of justice, according to the reports.