Rudy Giuliani, Investigate Mueller's 'almost illegal and unethical probe'

Rudy Giuliani, Investigate Mueller's 'almost illegal and unethical probe'

Rudy Giuliani, Investigate Mueller's 'almost illegal and unethical probe'

Nobody's taking that away from him.

Giuliani's remarks come two days after Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort was sent to jail to await trial on more than 20 charges as part of the special counsel's probe. Charges include bank fraud, and money laundering. Five people, including former national security adviser Michael Flynn, and Trump campaign deputy Rick Gates have pleaded guilty.

Manafort and his Russian business partner allegedly asked European contacts to testify that their lobbying work did not take place in the United States, CBS News' Kenneth Craig reports. "You put a guy in jail if he's trying to kill witnesses, not just talking to witnesses". Stone's meeting has now resurfaced as part of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's Russian Federation probe. Ukrainian parliamentarian Andrii Artemenko, a witness in the Russian Federation investigation who testified before the grand jury, told ABC News that numerous questions from Mueller's team focused on Cohen and his relationship with Russian Federation.

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. In addition to Clinton, Trump believes Comey is a criminal. "So I guess, it was interesting, it was a pretty good report, and then I say the IG blew it at the very end", Trump told Fox News co-host Steve Doocy of "Fox and Friends" during an impromptu interview on the north lawn of the White House.

"I'm saying what led up to the special counsel".

"I think that we would prefer questions and written answers".

The President has previously said that the Justice Department inspector general's report is a "total disaster" for the former Federal Bureau of Investigation chief, whom he fired in May of a year ago.

The president and his allies have repeatedly called the probe a political "witch hunt" meant to undermine his authority. "I did nothing wrong, there was no obstruction". What about Comey and Crooked Hillary and all of the others? Susan Collins of Maine said, "I think it would be more helpful if the president never mentioned the word pardon again with respect to the investigation".

Peter Strzok, the FBI agent who oversaw the investigation into Democrat Hillary Clinton's personal email server during her tenure as secretary of state, worked on the Russian Federation probe but was taken off the investigation after his personal criticisms of Trump in text messages to a colleague were published.

The next day, Giuliani reiterated that the investigation should be suspended but said there should also be an investigation into Mueller's probe.

"I don't want to do it", Giuliani said, referring to a Mueller interview with Trump.

The former mayor said a decision on a possible interview would likely be made by July 4.

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