Why Trump's Lawyer Rudy Giuliani May Be Saying What He's Saying
Rudy Giuliani, President Trump’s attorney has come under scrutiny for recent TV interviews like this...????(Giuliani SOT 1)??“I never said there was no collusion between the campaign or between people in the campaign…”??“Yes you have.”??“I have not, I said the President of the United States.”????And more recently for potentially changing the timeline for when President Trump talked with Michael Cohen about a building project in Moscow...????(Giuliani SOT 2)??“Throughout 2016?”??“Yeah...probably up to...could be up to as far as October, November.
Our answers cover until the election.”????The former New York City mayor later said those remarks were “hypothetical”.????Fox News’ senior judicial analyst Andrew Napolitano thinks their might be a reason for Giuliani’s interviews which he likened to leaving crumbs of information to lessen the blow from the impending release of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report on the Russia investigation.????Napolitano said on Fox News “There’s an old rule of thumb that trial lawyers follow: If there’s damaging information about your client, better it come out of your mouth than out of the government’s mouth.”????While some news outlets are reporting that Trump is furious with his personal lawyer, a source told CNN that the president is not angry and that “Rudy’s not getting fired.”
President Trump's former attorney Michael Cohen is expected to appear before Congress before serving his prison sentence in March. What he's expected to reveal about his time in Trump Tower is said to..