Late last night the New York Times published a list of questions that Special Counsel Robert Muller may be asking the President. It is unclear at the moment who exactly wrote the questions as they appear to be in more of a note type format. But never the less they do give an inside look at the possible route Muller will explore when questioning Trump. The questions range in their topics from Trump's communication with his campaign staff and Russia. As interesting this list of questions may be they should not be treated as the only questions Muller is planning on asking.
Trump spent this past Saturday in Washington Michigan, where spectators chanted "No-bel, No-bel, No-bel" in response to Trump's efforts to facilitate peace between North and South Korea. It is far from a guarantee that Trump’s upcoming summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un will lead to a lasting peace deal. Earlier today Trump made a statement indicating that he is not even confident that a deal was definite; “I just think that President Moon [Jae-in] was very nice when he suggested it, I want to get peace. The main thing, we want to get peace. It was a big problem, and I think it’s going to work out well. We’ll see. … But I thought it was very generous of President Moon of South Korea to make that statement, and I appreciate it, but the main thing is to get it done. I want to get it done". As honorable as it would be for Trump to win a Nobel Peace Prize it is important to note that the nomination cut off for the 2018 prizes was back on February 1st.