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President Trump’s lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, and former Deputy independent advice Sol Wisenberg respond to the Congress ” to push for further investigation.
The President’s personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani appeared on Fox News’ “The Ingraham angle” on Wednesday, where he said the “noose was tightening” around the neck of the former FBI Director, James Comey, in which Giuliani accused of trying to blackmail President Trump.
On the latest episode of Yahoo News-podcast “Skullduggery” published Tuesday, the former FBI general counsel James Baker said, he and others were so concerned about Comey briefing Trump on Jan. 6, 2017, to Russia’s interference in the election, as well as the controversial dossier, “analogies” were made to J. Edgar Hoover, the former FBI Director, the needs are known to abuse his power to blackmail individuals.
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Host Laura Ingraham brought to the reporting, the promotion of a factual answer, that Comey was trying to blackmail the President.
“And Rudy, apparently, there was some talk of how this would look, this could look like in the case of intel sources, that it could look like the FBI was doing some weird kind of pre-emptive blackmail with the President, Comey goes to this meeting. It did not look good. They were concerned with Comey, the dossier presents would look like, he was so friendly, some of J. Edgar Hoover’s tactics against the President. This is really disturbing,” said Ingraham.
“It doesn’t look like it was. The reality is that Comey is, the noose tightens bad his neck really is,” Giuliani replied.
The former mayor of New York City, put the case for his claim.
“Comey in January, the President, it was ‘salacious and unaudited told.’ How it came to be “salacious and unaudited” about five months? If you have it in affidavits, in which Comey says at the top of the statement that it is verified, in footnote five, on page 15, he says, it is reliable, not unconfirmed. In other words, he lied either to the President or he lied to the court. I bet he has lied to the court, and we demand that the criminality and Jim Brennan may, said a witness against him,” Giuliani.
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Giuliani mocked Comey last op-ed as President of the Trump co-opts those around him, and his accusation that the President “eats your soul.”
“This guy can tell you what will happen to your immortal soul, which is what he said to Rod Rosenstein, the other day. So, maybe he’s said about the prosecution,” Giuliani.
Fox News’ Joseph A. Wulfsohn contributed to this report.