Trump Under Oath Might Be a Different Sort of President
He knows the drill. President Trump may be interviewed, under oath, by special counsel Robert Mueller and his team. And judging by transcripts of numerous past depositions, interviewers might observe a different Trump than the one who appears in public — more restrained, inclined to admit mistakes and, some would argue, more presidential. He’s also well-versed at not knowing or remembering business details. That might come in handy when discussing what and when he knew about his aides’ Russian contacts, but less so if he’s quizzed on obstruction of justice.