Mueller Won't Allow Trump To Answer Interview Questions In Writing

by Wade Massey May 11, 2018, 3:56
Mueller Won't Allow Trump To Answer Interview Questions In Writing

Giuliani's latest comments come at a time when Trump and his attorneys are weighing the president's options for an interview with Mueller, who was tasked with investigating Russian interference a year ago.

"It did not take long for Rudy Giuliani to fall out of the president's good graces here", Collins explained.

Citing Giuliani's interview on Sunday with ABC's George Stephanopoulos - when Giuliani suggested it's possible Cohen paid off additional women before the election - as an example, the same source said Giuliani "is stealing the spotlight and he's embarrassing (Trump)".

According to the Associated Press, the president "is growing increasingly irritated" with Giuliani's "frequently off-message media blitz".

West Wing aides were blindsided by Giuliani's TV appearances last week, and many senior advisers and members of the president's legal team have been cut out of the decision-making process.

"This is how I do know Rudy is a genius", Kosta mentioned in a "The Each day Present" skit Monday.

After bringing up Stormy Daniels in the Sean Hannity interview, and telling Hannity Trump paid back Cohen the $130,000.

This earned Giuliani a public admonishment from President Trump, who said that Giuliani was a new addition to his team and that Giuliani would have to learn how to "get his facts straight". It's a concern shared by Trump allies who think Giuliani is only generating more legal and political trouble for the White House.

"Now, because of Rudy, we all know the president did not pay Michael Cohen to pay Daniels - besides he did, however from a normal authorized fund which did not exist until it does", the rise up comic joked.

"They've backed off that because they realize that could really, really backfire on them", Giuliani said. He said: "I have no knowledge of that but I.I would think if it was necessary, yes". By Friday afternoon, Giuliani released a statement to clarify his remarks.

"It has his people much more excited now than before", Giuliani, now working as Trump's personal attorney, told Politico.

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