Michael Flynn and James Comey's removals from their posts will be the center of questioning if President Trump is questioned by special counsel Robert Mueller in the next couple of weeks, according to The Washington Post.
The newspaper says Mueller is looking into whether Trump was obstructing justice and trying to influence Mueller's investigation.
Currently, attorneys for President Trump are drafting negotiating terms that will be presented to Mueller and his team before a potential interview were to take place.
Furthermore, Mueller wants to inquire about why President Trump was interested in removing Jeff Sessions from his role as attorney general.
This new report comes after Mueller finished interviews with both Sessions and Comey. CNN reports Sessions was questioned last Wednesday and that he was not subpoenaed to come in and speak.
The New York Times reports Mueller asked Comey about memos he has written about his meetings with President Trump.
One of Comey's memos says that President Trump asked the former FBI director to end his investigation into Flynn.
In December, Trump refuted Comey's claims saying in a tweet, "I never asked Comey to stop investigating Flynn. Just more Fake News covering another Comey lie!"
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