US Justice Department’s Special Counsel Robert Mueller has interviewed two former advisers to President Donald Trump as investigators tighten the noose around the incumbent over his campaign’s alleged collusion with Russians in the 2016 presidential election.
Mark Corallo, former spokesman for President Trump’s legal team, and Trump’s former chief strategist, Steve Bannon, were interviewed as part of the extensive investigation into potential collusion between Russia and Trump’s team.
The Daily Beast reported Friday that Corallo, who stepped down from his position in July, reportedly spoke with Mueller’s team of investigators for more than two hours on Thursday.
He was reportedly planning on telling Mueller that White House communications director Hope Hicks might have been planning to obstruct justice.
The New York Times reported last month that Corallo planned to testify that Hicks told President Trump in a phone call that…