Rudy Giuliani during a contentious interview with CNN’s Chris Cuomo.
Rudy Giuliani on Monday called on CNN to apologize for its two-year reporting of alleged collusion between Russia and Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential campaign, according to a summary of the Robert Mueller report was released.
Giuliani likened the coverage to “torture” during an appearance on CNN’s Cuomo’s Prime Time.
“You guys are in this network, this man tortured, for two years, with collusion, and no one is to apologize,” Giuliani said. “Before we talk about disability, I apologize.
Chris Cuomo, the host refused to apologize. Giuliani fired back: “of course you’re not, because you’re not fair.”
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Cuomo stressed that he and his colleagues were to ask questions, to be needed, asked. He asked Giuliani: “I must ask you to excuse me for anything that the President says is true?”
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Jean-Dominique Giuliani, the President’s personal lawyer, repeated CNN blasted for doubling down on “fixing” before adding that the New York Times, the Washington Post and House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff, D-Calif., to apologize as well.