Giuliani wants to admit the Dems went too far in attacks on Trump error

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Rudy Giuliani, President Trump’s lawyer, called for a “full investigation” of the origins of Russia, consultation, investigation, took to Twitter on early Monday and called the Democrats “went too far” in their attacks and false claims against the President, during the probe, to admit their mistakes, so that the Land can heal itself”.”

Giuliani made the comments just hours after attorney General Willaim Barr, said that special counsel Robert Muller could find no evidence that the Trump campaign “conspired or coordinated” with Russia, hoping to influence the 2016 presidential elections.

Trump cheered the result, but merely his resentment after two years of investigations that shadowed his administration. “It is a shame that our country had to go through. To be honest, it is a shame that your President had to go through this,” he said.

Giuliani took to ask Twitter whether Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif.; House-judiciary-Chairman Jerry Nadler, D-NY, and others will apologize “for their now-false claims of collusion.”


“If you care about our country, you should be relieved you were wrong. You are?” he asked.

He called news agencies like CNN and MSNBC, and said he hopes they can accomplish, “and their overreactions” and hopes for a fairer treatment in the future.


It seems Democrats are seizing on the part of the report focuses on the obstruction of justice. Müller stated that “while this report does not conclude that the President committed a crime, it is also does not relieve him.”

Some Democrats say that the line leaves open the possibility of misconduct.

Nadler said, “it is The task of the Congress is much wider than that of the job of the special counsel. The special Council, and can only look for crimes. We have to protect the rule of law, to search for, we have abuse of power, we don’t have to search for the obstacles to justice that we have, corruption in the exercise of power, it can be a crime.”

Alan M. Dershowitz, the lawyer and Harvard Law professor emeritus, beat Müller on Sunday, saying the special Council engaged in a “cop out” by stating that his report not be exempt from liability Trump still closed, he had committed a crime relating to obstruction of justice.


Dershowitz said Miller seemed to be trying it in both directions. “It sounds like a law school exam,” he said, adding that the report sounded wishy-washy. “Shame on Mueller.”

Fox News’ Frank miles contributed to this report

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