Rudy Giuliani: I dare you to witness Müller and explain, if he found that there was no collusion

in the vicinityVideoRudy Giuliani: I Dare you to Robert Muller To Testify

Rudy Giuliani, a lawyer for President, Donald Trump spoke to Brian Kilemade about the former Special Council Robert Mueller’s statement yesterday, and the potential for the Democrats accuse President Trump

A day after Robert Mueller suggested that he testify in his investigation into a Russian Hacker, and President of the Trump, the President of the lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, suggested to Miller and his investigation as a whole.

During a phone interview on “The Brian Kilmeade Show,” Giuliani beat Müller’s “stumbling and bumbling” comments on Wednesday and called the special counsel’s investigation a “witch hunt.” Müller said in his statement that his report would serve as his lasting testimony about the investigation, shut down rumors that he can testify before the Congress.

“I dare to testify [Müller] to,” Giuliani said. “I would like to see [Rep. Mark] meadows and [Rep. Jim] Jordan’s cross-examination to him, as he wanted to find out, there was no collusion? Exactly, why would you Andrew Weissmann rent, who is the most known and unethical Prosecutor during the last 20 to 30 years?”, he continued.

Many Democratic legislators interpreted Müller’s remarks as an encouragement to push in the direction of the impeachment process, and in particular the Mueller implication that his team did not find that President Trump to commit a crime.



“If we are to trust not, had that of the President committing obvious crimes, we would have said,” Müller said.

Giuliani has argued the Problem with this statement is that in the eyes of the court that one is innocent until proven guilty.

“If I agree, as a Prosecutor, and I am not convinced that a person has committed a crime, means the discharge,” said the former mayor of New York.


“The man is innocent until proven guilty. This is not just a slogan, it is not a joke, it is a fundamental Foundation of our Constitution, the Magna Carta, the basic fairness,” he continued.

Giuliani said he spoke with President Trump, according to Müller’s remarks on Wednesday, adding that he’s “never been a President, a better press conference,” when the Trump of the following Miller gave a statement.

“The President of the United States, thank God for America, is a fighter,” he said. “He won’t let you punch him in the face, or even throw a jab without hitting back a lot harder.”

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