If Donald Trump were an “ordinary client,” it would’ve taken “four, five, six hours” and two meetings to answer Mueller’s questions, Giuliani told me. But the process dragged out for almost a year.

The Mueller questionnaire “looked like a law school exam … one big long group of questions, that were multi-part questions,” Giuliani said.

Giuliani said that he and fellow Trump lawyers Jay Sekulow and Jane Raskin sat with Trump whenever they could grab him, in the Oval Office and in the president’s private dining room adjoining the Oval.

They didn’t tape — the lawyers took handwritten notes of Trump’s answers before having them typed up.