After spending months asking friends of Trump, hinting that he was interested, or hoping he'd make the first move, top sources report Robert Mueller may just go out and ask Trump whether he colluded. "Yeah, I'm tired of dancing around it, and I think it may be time to put it all out on the table." said Mueller this morning. "I honestly think that the answer is obvious, and we should both stop being coy about it." "Oh yeah," said Michael Cohen, a member of Trump's inner circle "He's always asking me and Trump's other friends to ask him how he feels about collusion. We always tell him to stop being so shy and ask for himself, but I guess he's just nervous".
There is no word on how he intends to ask the president about his alleged collusion with Russia in the 2016 election, but top analysts suggest anything from taking him on a walk in the rose garden, to handing him a note to check during a meeting. All sources seem to point to the latter, with top reporters finding crumpled-up pieces of paper in Mueller's office that say "Have you colluded? Check yes or no". There's no word on whether Trump knows how Mueller feels about him, but considering everyone on the hill knows, I doubt Trump hasn't heard any rumors. It's likely Mueller will have to ask him, considering Trump likes to play hard-to-get on the question of collusion. While Mueller continues to mull over his options, those in Trump's inner circle can tell from the way the president talks about it, that he is totally into collusion.