Mueller is also expected to hire more attorneys to assist with the investigation.
ABC News’ Pierre Thomas reported on Sunday that Robert Mueller, who is overseeing the investigation into possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia, will start interviewing people in the Trump administration soon.
“My sources are telling me that [Mueller] has begun some preliminary planning, plans to talk to some people in the administration, but he has not yet made that momentous decision to go for a full-scale investigation,” Thomas reported.
Thomas also reported that Mueller is planning on hiring more attorneys to join his team, which consists of 13 attorneys at the moment.
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