Mueller is investigating Russian interference in the 2016 election, but his probe has expanded to include potential misdeeds by those in Trump's orbit and the president himself.
Sessions may well have been asked during his Mueller interview about any interactions he had with Papadopoulos, as well as about his own encounters during the campaign with the Russian ambassador.
The DACA program is slated to end on March 5, but Trump said that those protected by it should "not be concerned" about possibly being deported.
Later a White House lawyer explained the president was in a hurry, and meant he's willing to testify, but they're still negotiating terms with the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
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The document said the White House has provided more than 20,000 pages of materials and the campaign has provided more than 1.4 million pages.
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Trump, during his exchange with reporters on Wednesday, said his interview would be "subject to my lawyers" but that he would personally like to do it. "In his mind, he doesn't have one ounce of culpability", the source said.
The lawyer-to-lawyer discussions about Trump's possible testimony are informal and Mueller is not obligated to accept the terms presented by the President's team.
President Trump: Liberals brought a knife to a gun fight. Since then, Trump has lashed out repeatedly on Twitter at Sessions and the Justice Department, and the two men now rarely speak directly.
"These Republican attacks show their desperation at the fact that Mueller already has obtained two guilty pleas, two indictments, and at least two cooperating witnesses", the senior Democrats on the House of Representatives Judiciary, Oversight and Intelligence committees said in a joint statement. McGahn was acting at the behest of the president, according to one of those people, who spoke only on condition of anonymity to discuss the investigation.
Attorneys for President Trump are emphasizing how much they've cooperated with investigators as negotiations continue over how and when he might talk with Justice Department special counsel Robert Mueller.
Attorneys for the President, as well as the spokesman for the office of the special counsel, declined to comment. Flynn and Papadopoulos have pleaded guilty to lying to the Federal Bureau of Investigation.