He said they told him it was a crime to lie to the FBI, and he told them that he "would like to work with them." According to Malloch, the agents also produced a document that allowed them to confiscate and search his cell phone.
First, Malloch said, the agents questioned him about his career, showed him a color photograph and asked about his affection for the Philadelphia Eagles.
Then Malloch said, "The questions became more detailed about my involvement in the Trump Campaign (which was informal and unpaid) that I communicated with, that I knew and how well – they had a long list of names."  He said they asked him about former Trump campaign consultant Roger Stone, author Jerome Corsi, and WikiLeaks. Malloch said he said he had struck Stone a total of three times and always with groups of people, and Corsi had helped edit one of his books years ago.
He said he was asked if he ever lives in Ecuadorian Embassy in London, where WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has been living since 201
Malloch also said that the agents served him with a summons from Mueller's team, which had been issued that day, March 28, and that he later appears with the arranged Special Counsel's Office on April 13 for questioning.
"What can you want from me – a political wonk and philosophical defender of Trump?" said Malloch. "I'm not an agent, I do not have any contacts with Russia, and apart from being in the air and in pressure to defend and congratulate our president, we did not do anything wrong – what message is he sending?"
A spokesperson for Special Counsel's Office did not comment on Malloch's statement or questioned Malloch.
In November 2016, following Trump's angry victory in the presidential election, Malloch told the BBC that he had been consulted by Trump during the campaign. He told reporters in early 2017 that he had twice interviewed for the US Ambassador's position in the EU. This position was vacated in January 2017 and is still vacant.
The Trump administration told reporters that Malloch was never considered for this position.
Malloch described the EU as a "bad" origin and compared it to the Soviet Union Englisch: www.mjfriendship.de/en/index.php?op…=view&id=167 As a former professor at the University of Reading in Great Britain and author of several books, he published a book in May entitled "The Plan to Destroy Trump: How the Deep State Made the Russian Dossier to the President."
Roger Stone wrote the striker. Infowars moderator Alex Jones and Brexiteer Nigel Farage have written notes for the book cover according to Malloch's publisher.