He added, "I can imagine some things that I would do differently but then I'd have to figure out, so what would I do then with the alternative lives that would spin out from that and would they be better or worse?" "Nobody wants to speak more than me - in fact, against my lawyers, because most lawyers say never speak on anything".
"I would love to go. nothing I would love to do more", Trump said of a potential sit-down interview with the lead investigator of the Russian Federation election interference probe.
"I have to find that we're going to be treated fairly".
Trump again called the special counsel investigation into whether his campaign colluded with Russian Federation to interfere in the 2016 elections a "witch hunt" and suggested that is why his attorneys have advised him against sitting down for an interview.
The list of four dozen questions, which covered a range of topics, including Russian meddling in the US election and whether Trump tried to obstruct justice to protect his former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn, was published by the New York Times earlier this week.
Trump's comments come as he is now being advised by former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani.
President Donald Trump hired a veteran attorney who represented Bill Clinton during his impeachment process as the White House shifted to a more aggressive approach to a special counsel investigation that has reached a critical stage.
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Earlier this week, Trump condemned the leak of a list of questions Mueller had recently handed the USA leader's legal team, slamming the disclosure as "disgraceful".
Flood will soon work alongside a remade group of personal lawyers - including another hire expected in the coming weeks - as they devise a new strategy to deal with Mueller's team, according to White House advisers.
Read Saturday's Arkansas Democrat-Gazette for full details. Trump continues to adamantly deny that any obstruction has taken place and has suggested that questions about it would amount to "a setup" and "trap".
It was not immediately clear in what context the possibility of a subpoena was raised or how serious Mueller's prosecutors were about the move. So he fired him, and he said "I'm free of this guy'". Why don't we have Republicans looking also?
Although Cobb does not personally represent the president, he has functioned as a critical point person for Mueller's document and interview requests, coordinated dealings with prosecutors and worked closely with Trump's personal lawyers.
Mueller is a Republican and was appointed by one other Republican, Deputy Legal professional Basic Rod Rosenstein, to guide the investigation. "He started yesterday. He will get his facts straight".