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(CNN) —  

As part of Robert Mueller’s investigation, President Donald Trump submitted written answers to a list of “Russia-related” questions in November 2018.

Mueller considered Trump’s responses “inadequate” and sought an interview with Trump – but ultimately decided not to issue a subpoena for the interview.

Read Trump’s responses below: