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How long did Trump have Mueller's Questionnaire which he just responded/submitted this month?

I believe Mueller gave Trump the Questionnaire in May 2018....I'm not positive so I post this thread...

When did Mueller give tRump the questionnaire? Was it before Manafort went to trail in September and was convicted? Manafort made a plea after September trial...So, I tend to recall tRump has had the Mueller questions for at least 6 months...so how could the questionnaire be bait?

Some here are discussing how tRump may of had inside information from Manafort's plea deal responses to assist him with his questionaire.....but/...if the questions were sent to tRump in May 2018 then how could such information from Manafort be significant since Manafort didn't make his plea deal until mid-September after his trial/ conviction?

So, all this speculation may not be fruitful insight....

What say you folks?

Explain to me, the Senate approval of the Attorney General...

Is the review by a Committee as we saw with Kavenaugh or the full vote of the Senate?

Sherrod Brown, Ohio Senator...

Senator Brown is thinking about running for President 2020...


He is my Senator... definitely an excellent option...

Sessions resignation verse being fired.....help me see the light.

I believe it was a "Forced Resignation"....he didn't even get time to have closure with staff....yes he and all of us knew it was a dark cloud for months that Sessions will be gone after Mid-terms..

It is important for Obstruction of Justice charges/claims against tRump that he fire Sessions...so this letter is grey in message....purposefully.

How do we address this problem since it on the surface is called a resignation?
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