Special counsel Robert Mueller’s legal team may interview President Donald Trump in the coming weeks, but several white-collar attorneys said that’s the last thing Trump should do.

Media reports Monday said Mueller told Trump’s legal team last month that he will likely seek an interview with the president. The Washington Post reported that interview could come soon, and that Trump believes such an interview could put an end to allegations of collusion between his campaign and Russians.

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