A lawyer for the president said he wouldn't comment for the Times' story.
Mueller also wants to find out Trump's thought process in deciding to fire Comey.
One question asks what discussions Mr Trump may have had regarding "any meeting with [Russian President Vladimir Putin]".
President Dershowitz added the open-ended Questions are likely "designed to let President Trump ramble and talk, and I suspect that that's the strategy of the special counsel because they know that may be President Trump's weakness".
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The Times obtained a list of the questions, which range from Mr Trump's motivations for firing former Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey a year ago to contacts Mr Trump's campaign had with Russians.
Eight questions center on Attorney General Jeff Sessions, and 13 regard possible coordination between the Trump campaign and Russian government.
He says his understanding of the facts at the time of his firing last May don't support President Donald Trump's assertion that there's zero evidence of collusion and that the Russian Federation investigation is a hoax.
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"As an American citizen, I would expect my president to respect the rule of law. and to cooperate with a lawful, appropriate investigation", he said.
Mueller also wants to ask Trump about conversations he had with his personal attorney Michael Cohen on a Moscow real estate deal and whether Trump knew about son-in-law Kushner's efforts to set up back-channel communications with Russian Federation during the transition.
The questions also address Flynn's brief White House stint as the National Security Advisor to Trump and how former acting U.S. Attorney General Sally Yates tried to warn the Trump administration that he might have been compromised. He was sacked on February 13, 2017 - purportedly because he lied to Vice President Mike Pence about the phone calls.
"After the resignations, what efforts were made to reach out to Mr. Flynn about seeking immunity or possible pardon", another question reads. Trump's legal team is reportedly back to negotiating terms of a one-on-one interview with Mueller, after previously indicating the president would refuse the request. Another question on the list states.
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Mueller's team has suggested Trump is not considered a criminal target.