Robert Mueller, in a gathering with U.S. President Donald Trump’s legal Advisers in March

Special Counsel Robert Mueller, in a gathering with U.S. President Donald Trump’s legal advisors in March, raised the likelihood of issuing a subpoena for Trump in the event that he decreases to converse with specialists in the Russia test, a previous legal counselor for the president said on Tuesday.

John Dowd disclosed to Reuters that Mueller said the likelihood of a subpoena in the early March meeting. Mueller’s subpoena cautioning was first detailed by the Washington Post, which referred to four individuals comfortable with the experience.

“This isn’t some amusement. You are screwing with crafted by the leader of the United States,” Dowd said he told the agents, who are testing conceivable plot between the Trump crusade and Russia. Dowd left the president’s legitimate group around two weeks after the gathering.

The Post said Mueller had raised the likelihood of a subpoena after Trump’s legal advisors said the president had no commitment to chat with government examiners associated with the test.

After the March meeting, Mueller’s group consented to give the president’s attorneys more particular data about the subjects they wished to ask Trump, the Post detailed.

With that data, Trump’s attorney Jay Sekulow accumulated a rundown of 49 questions the president’s legitimate group trusted he would be asked, as per the Post.

That rundown, first revealed by the New York Times on Monday, incorporates inquiries on Trump’s connections to Russia and others to decide if the president may have unlawfully endeavored to hinder the examination.

“We don’t talk about discussions we have had or may have had with the Office of Special Counsel,” Sekulow told Reuters on Tuesday evening.

Trump scrutinized the break of the inquiries.

“So despicable that the inquiries concerning the Russian Witch Hunt were ‘spilled’ to the media. No inquiries on Collusion,” Trump composed on Twitter on Tuesday. “It would appear to be difficult to impede equity for a wrongdoing that never happened!”

Russia has denied meddling in the 2016 U.S. presidential race, as U.S. knowledge organizations claim, and Trump has denied there was an arrangement between his battle and Moscow.