Mr Mueller is investigating whether members of Trump's campaign conspired with Russian Federation in the 2016 presidential election and whether the President has unlawfully sought to obstruct the probe.
Mr Trump and his lawyers had been in negotiations with Mr Mueller's team for months over how the President would be questioned as part of the investigation.
President Donald Trump said Friday that he had answered a list of questions for special counsel Robert Mueller but had not submitted it yet. The president has repeatedly denied any such collusion with Moscow.
Mueller was appointed as special counsel in May 2017, after Trump fired FBI Director James Comey and his critics accused him of obstructing the FBI investigation into claims by Democrats that his campaign colluded with Russian Federation in 2016.
"I've answered them very easily".
Despite Mr. Trump's insistence that he's "very happy" with how things are going, his frustrations with the probe have been evident everywhere from his Twitter feed this past week to his private grousing that the special counsel may target his family. Adding to his grim outlook has been the barrage of criticism he's getting over his choice for acting attorney general and late-arriving election results that have largely been tipping toward House Democrats.
Earlier this week, Trump attacked Mueller's team in a series of tweets, accusing them of "threatening" people to cooperate in the investigation.
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A team of investigators led by Mr Mueller is looking into whether anyone from Mr Trump's campaign colluded in the effort. "And I'm sure it'll be just fine", Mr. Trump told reporters.
The president continued to maintain his innocence while launching new broadsides.
While the special counsel was publicly quiet in the run-up to last week's midterm elections, his investigation has suddenly returned to the forefront of Washington conversation and cable news chyrons.
Several former Trump campaign officials, including Michael Flynn and George Papadopoulos, have pleaded guilty to providing false statements to the Federal Bureau of Investigation after their interviews with investigators. "I imagine it's ending now", Trump said.
The White House is reportedly bracing itself for a slew of indictments as a result of the special counsel Robert Mueller's Russian Federation investigation.
The confirmation came nine days after Trump installed a new acting attorney general, Matthew Whitaker, who has been strongly critical of Mueller and suggested cutting the probe's purse-strings to make it hard to continue.
Mr Whitaker has been a vocal opponent of the special counsel probe. Trump's former lawyer, Michael Cohen, also is cooperating.