Rudy Giuliani: Trump Will Not Issue Any Pardons in Mueller Investigation


Rudy Giuliani Says Mueller Probe Must Be Suspended 'Tomorrow' After DOJ Report

Ingraham noted that, consequently, Horowitz and his team "did not have confidence" that Strzok's decision to prioritize the Russian Federation investigation over following up on the Clinton probe was "free from bias".

His claim to have been vindicated is not true.

The comments from President Donald Trump's personal lawyer come after the Justice Department's inspector general released a 500-page report about the behavior of senior Federal Bureau of Investigation officials during the 2016 election. There was no collusion.

Trump on Friday dismissed a misleading statement he gave previous year about a clandestine meeting between top members of his campaign and Russian nationals offering dirt on Hillary Clinton.

"We want the Mueller probe to be investigated the way the Trump administration is being investigated", Mr. Giuliani said Sunday in an interview on CNN. Charges include bank fraud, and money laundering.

TRUMP: "They were plotting against my election".

"I don't understand the justification for putting him in jail", Giuliani, 74, said. Right?!" Another senior employee responds: "No.

The inspector general, during an 18-month review of the handling of the Hillary Clinton email investigation, unearthed text messages exchanged by the agents in which they disparaged Trump.

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Even so, he said, "When it's over, hey, he's the president of the United States". But the report ultimately notes that agency employees are entitled to their own political views and found no evidence that the investigation was compromised by political bias. "What he did was so bad in terms of our Constitution, in terms of the well-being of our country".

He said the interview could be audio recorded, but that questions would need to be limited just to specific questions about "the heart of the probe" - allegations of collusion between Russian Federation and the Trump campaign.

"I mean, when you look at Peter Strzok and what he said about me, when you look at [James] Comey and all his moves".

Giuliani and Trump have been frequent critics of the special counsel's probe, often calling for its conclusion and seeking to undermine its legitimacy. But the report concluded that those private anti-Trump comments didn't taint the probe.

"But they're all dining out on the fact on the left, well there was no political bias on the part of Comey that was found".

'There might be a narrow area that we could all agree on, ' he said.

TRUMP: "We have 13 angry Democrats. Oh, I see, there was no Russian Collusion, so now they look for obstruction on the no Russian Collusion", Trump wrote.

Trump's lawyers have been in negotiations with Mueller's team since the end of past year over terms of an interview. But the special counsel is a Republican and some others on his team owe their jobs largely to Republican presidents. Also, Mueller reports to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, a Trump appointee.

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