FILE - In this June 21, 2017, file photo, former FBI Director Robert Mueller, the special counsel probing Russian interference in the 2016 election, departs Capitol Hill following a closed door meeting in Washington. Republican senators are promoting an alternative to bipartisan legislation that would protect special counsel Mueller’s job _ a nonbinding resolution endorsing him.
Photo: AP Photo/Andrew Harnik, File
Photo: AP Photo/Andrew Harnik, File

The right has questions for Robert Mueller

From Fox News: “FNC's Tucker Carlson responds to the publication of 49 questions special counsel Mueller is allegedly planning to ask the president.”

2.  How About a Few Questions for Robert Mueller?

From The Hill: “Most of them seemed like perjury traps rather than real questions for the president and, surprisingly, they contain very little that wasn’t in the public domain though prior leaks.”

3. Mueller's questions are a red cape and Trump is the bull

From CNN: “Like a matador waving a red cape, someone is torturing President Donald Trump by leaking the questions that could be posed to him by special counsel Robert Mueller.”

Mueller’s questions show the trouble Trump is in, the left says