Read Trump's written responses in the Mueller report

Trump supplied written responses to questions about the June 2016 meeting at Trump Tower, the WikiLeaks' release of Clinton emails and other topics.
Image: President Donald Trump speaks to the press before departing the White House on Nov. 20, 2018.
President Donald Trump speaks to the press before departing the White House on Nov. 20, 2018.Cheriss May / NurPhoto via Getty Images file

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By Adam Edelman

Included in special counsel Robert Mueller's report released Thursday are written answers from President Donald Trump to several questions that arose during the investigation.

He was asked by Mueller about the June 2016 meeting at Trump Tower between top campaign aides, Russian hacking efforts and the WikiLeaks' release of emails from people inside the Hillary Clinton campaign, a proposed project by the Trump Organization to build a Trump Tower in Moscow, and contacts with Russia during the campaign and the presidential transition.

In the report, Mueller explains his decision to notcompel testimony from Trump, saying that while he viewed the president's answers to be "inadequate," he felt the "costs of potentially lengthy constitutional litigation" would delay the investigation.

Trump's unredacted written responses appear above his signature in Appendix C of the report.

Read a PDF of Trump's written responses on your mobile device here.

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