Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani drew a red line in the sand regarding the special counsel’s office Friday; saying the White House was “done” with Robert Mueller and will not be providing “anymore answers.”
The President’s lawyer was speaking with the Hill this week when he was asked if the Commander-in-Chief had plans to sit-down with the special counsel’s office anytime in the new year.
“I think I announced about ten days ago ‘over my dead body’ and I’m not dead yet,” said Giuliani. “President Trump’s] not answering any more questions from these people — they are outrageous activity … we did enough.”
Trump’s legal team submitted written answers to questions regarding Mueller’s ongoing Russia probe back in November, with insiders predicting the special counsel could wrap-up his report as early as February.
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RUDY ON FIRE: Giuliani SLAMS Hillary for ‘Obstruction, Destruction, Incivility’
Former Big Apple Mayor Rudy Giuliani unloaded on twice-failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton Wednesday; blasting the former Secretary of State for threatening “continued obstruction and destruction” heading into the 2018 midterms.
“WOW: Hillary Clinton has said there will be no civility in American politics until Democrats are in control. She is threatening continued obstruction, destruction and incivility unless you do what she wants. Democrat agenda is impeachment; Republican making America even greater,” tweeted Rudy.
WOW: Hillary Clinton has said there will be no civility in American politics until Democrats are in control. She is threatening continued obstruction, destruction and incivility unless you do what she wants. Democrat agenda is impeachment; Republican making America even greater.
— Rudy W. Giuliani (@RudyGiuliani) October 10, 2018
Giuliani was referring to Clinton’s recent interview where she claimed there could be “no civility” in Washington without a Democratic take-over this November.
“You cannot be civil with a political party that wants to destroy what you stand for, what you care about. That’s why I believe if we’re fortunate enough to win back the House or the Senate, that’s when civility can start again,” said Clinton.
RUDY ON FIRE: Giuliani Says He's Ready to ‘RIP APART’ Mueller Probe
Presidential lawyer and former Big Apple Mayor Rudy Giuliani urged the special counsel to end his probe “as soon as possible” Wednesday, saying his legal team was prepared to “rip apart” Mueller’s “unfair report.”
Giuliani was speaking with Fox News when he was asked about a potential “timeline” for an end to Mueller’s probe as it entered its second year, saying “they should do it today.”
“What is your optimal timeline for this to wrap up?” asked Fox News host Laura Ingraham.
“They should do it today. I mean as soon as possible. I think that they have the facts from which they can write their report,” fired-back Giuliani. “If you can write a fair report fine, then write it.”
“If you’re going to write an unfair report, write it and we will combat it. We’re ready to rip it apart,” he added. “And we’re ready to rip them apart if that’s what they want. We’d rather peacefully settle this and get it over with.”