"I think they're getting closer to knowing that the truth's going to come out, that there was activities with the Trump campaign in Russian Federation in releasing those hacks and guiding them to the states and the localities where they came from". And I didn't get the impression that Rudy Giuliani was, like, intentionally moving the goalpost. Plus: Brit Hume, Senior political analyst for Fox News Channel & Judge Andrew Napolitano, Fox News Senior Judicial Analyst weigh in. My favorite is when he was comparing the Cohen and Mueller beef with President Trump to the Kennedy assassination and when Julius Caesar was killed - no hyperbole at all.
However, the CNN notes that legal experts have repeatedly said that anyone found collaborating with Russian Federation during the 2016 election could be charged with other crimes, such as conspiring with a foreign power. 'I can't tell you, ' he siad.
"It seems to me his default position is to lie", Mr Giuliani said of Mr Cohen, who in May he said was an "honest, honourable lawyer".
No, no. Cohen is not alleging ... "I'm sure nobody in the Justice Department has ever investigated collusion, but they've certainly investigated conspiracy". I've seen him a number of times. But certain interactions between a presidential campaign and a foreign government could be illegal under existing statutes, experts say. After the Russian meeting was a bust, his "major speech" laying out Clinton dirt never took place. Second, there's another leak. Trump's legal team went on the attack against Cohen, saying he violated attorney-client privilege by releasing the taped conversation of him and Trump about payments to a former Playboy model.
This is Melissa Francis.
The others, Giuliani explained, are recordings where Cohen is speaking with third parties and describing his version of what happened in regard to payments to McDougal and adult film star Stormy Daniels, who has also said she had an affair with Trump before his election as president. The guys at Fox News, the women at Fox News, the producers at Fox News, everybody is on your side.
The man heading Trump's re-election campaign, Brad Parscale, has in recent months called on Trump to fire Sessions and end the Mueller probe. Because as those hosts right there on Outnumbered admitted, you just gave information that you hadn't said before, and it doesn't look really good for Donald Trump.
His remarks follow similar comments from several of Trump's allies during interviews over the weekend.
He added that Trump has "always been interested in testifying".
Giuliani also addressed the supposed conflict, but said that he'd leave it to the President to offer up details.
One is whether crimes were committed - crimes that could send people in Trump's orbit to prison. "The take is that you're going to get some insane, too".