Overseas network May 2, April 30th local time, in April 30th, the New York Times got a list of questions about the United States special prosecutor Muller has nearly 50 questions to ask President Trump to further master the relationship between Trump and Russia, and to determine whether he interfered with the investigation. NBC said in May 2nd that it was unwise for trump to talk to Muller, the special prosecutor, about his relationship with Russia and whether he hinders justice. If Trump allows himself to be questioned and questioned, he will step into a typical perjury trap, which may end his presidency. According to NBC, Mr. Muller remained patient in public, expressing the hope that it could be interviewed with Muller in public, as it would help to quickly end the investigation. Trump also said he believed that Mullers question would make him unscathed, because, as he told his colleagues, he had done nothing wrong. Privately, however, Trump has been increasingly ambiguous in answering Mullers questions. NBC said that trump had shaken his commitment to work in the public field because his friends and advisers warned him that it was risky. Even if Trump was not questioned after the oath, if he lied to Mullers team, Muller still had the right to inquire about it, because it was a crime to lie to the FBI. Mullers lawyers have sorted out nearly 50 questions to Trump, covering all the themes of the 2016 presidential election and Trumps personal activities. The New York Times published and published Mullers list of questions in April 30th. The Agence France-Presse said these issues clearly showed that Muller had sufficient circumstantial evidence to suspect Trumps intervention in the judiciary, and that there was a reason to believe that Trump was associated with the pass through Russia. NBC said that, on the surface, refusing to accept Mullers inquiry could bring a huge political price and be considered a implicit pleas, but misleading the US special prosecutor or lying to him could lead to the end of President Trumps tenure. US media: if Trump refuses to speak with or be summoned by investigators of Tong Russian gate During his meeting with Trumps lawyers in March, Muller, the special prosecutor, pointed out that if Trump refused to talk to the investigators of the gate of Russia, they might send a summons to Trump. This is considered to be the first time Muller has mentioned the possibility of issuing a summons to President Trump.