Trump has given dozens of depositions in his lawsuit-laden business career � but he could face a tougher grilling in the Russia probe

WASHINGTON — If President Donald Trump is interviewed by special counsel Robert S. Mueller III, a step that may be unavoidable in the Russia investigation, he’ll square off with prosecutors who have spent decades firing questions at corrupt politicians, crooked businessmen and organized crime leaders. But the prosecutors wouldn’t be the only seasoned veterans in the…