If they issue a subpoena, that will be — that will be unprecedented in the sense that it’s pretty clear that a president can’t be subpoenaed to a criminal proceeding about him. Now, why is that? And fortunately — or maybe unfortunately — we have the real-life circumstance going on that the Founding Fathers thought about, which is a president cannot be distracted by a criminal investigation. You can always prosecute him after. They can get him when he leaves the White House. You can always prosecute him after.
If Mueller said to me tomorrow, “Bring him in, two hours, like you want, no questions that you don’t want,” we are pretty much ready to clear him. I could not go to the president and say, “Take two days off to get ready for that and screw the whole thing with North Korea.” I — how can any American do that? He’s our president.”