Giuliani got it wrong on porn star payout

by Abel Hampton May 5, 2018, 4:35
Giuliani got it wrong on porn star payout

This week, former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani has joined Trump as his personal attorney in the Mueller investigation case.

The statement will include a timeline of what he knew when about payments to Cohen in the Daniels matter, Trump said. "It is a very unfair thing". "He's entitled to that". Hillary Clinton got that, and he couldn't get that.

White House Counsel Don McGhan is expected to soon leave his post with the Trump administration - a departure which reportedly has been in the works for months, according to the Associated Press.

In saying this, Giuliani appears to have thought that he was exonerating Trump.

Although Mueller's team has indicated to Trump's lawyers that he's not considered a "target" of the probe, investigators want to interview him about several episodes early in his term.

In announcing the firing, the White House initially cited the FBI director's handling of the investigation into Clinton's emails.

Of the president's son-in-law, who has spoken with Mueller's team, Giuliani said, "Jared is a fine man, but men are ... disposable". On Wednesday, Trump alluded to a complaint by House Republicans who threatened to impeach Rosenstein for not providing them with documents related to the Russian Federation investigation and other matters. Yet when asked that same question by Congress at a public hearing previous year, he declined to provide that same reassurance.

"I would love to speak because we've done nothing wrong", he said. And Mueller's team may take an interest in this, McQuade told me: "This will cause them to review what they've done already and will inform their questions going forward". Some of those lawmakers have asked for an unredacted version of a Justice Department document from Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein that sets out the scope for Mueller's probe, a request that the department immediately denied because it pertains to an ongoing investigation.

Trump lashed out against the investigation in familiar fashion Wednesday, tweeting: "There was no Collusion (it is a Hoax) and there is no Obstruction of Justice (that is a setup & trap)".

Trump went on to explain that his lawyers have cautioned against speaking to Mueller, but he said he would override them if he was convinced he'd get a fair hearing.

In the AP interview Tuesday, Comey acknowledged that it was possible he could have handled the January 2017 Trump Tower meeting differently.

In an interview with ABC News, hours before the announcement of his retirement, Cobb said Trump's testimony is "certainly not off the table, and people are working hard to make decisions and work towards an interview". During that same meeting, Comey alerted Trump to the existence of salacious allegations concerning Russian Federation prostitutes contained in a dossier compiled by a former British spy that had been circulating around Washington.

Trump said he would "love to speak" to Mueller. Comey said in the interview. "Now if they do do Ivanka, which I don't think they will, the whole country will turn on them". Trump followed up on Twitter the next morning and backed up some of what Giuliani stated adding "money from the campaign, or campaign contributions, played no roll (sic) in this transaction".


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