The New York Times report about questions Special Counsel Robert Mueller wants to ask President Trump got Sean Hannity in a tizzy on Monday night, with the riled-up Fox News host calling "half of" the queries "dumb anyway."
"This New York Times thing, put it in your fireplace and burn it, because we have sources that say — half of these questions are dumb anyway," said Hannity, a confidant and reliable cheerleader of Trump's. "Oh, what was in your mind at the time? You don't punish people or charge people — not that you can charge a sitting president, and the president has every right to fire anybody he wants — for the thoughts they have in their head."
The Times says Trump's lawyers spoke with Mueller's investigators, who shared the questions he wants to ask the president. The reporters did not reveal who gave them the document with the questions Mueller wants to ask, but said it came from someone who is not a member of Trump's legal team.