in the vicinityVideoRudy Giuliani says Müller report contains inaccuracies about Trump behavior
President Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani on Friday blew up a key line in the Müller report on disability, say, turns it “around 2000 years of Roman, English and American law”.
The former New York City mayor on Friday took issue with the words, “if we had trust after a thorough investigation of the facts that the President did not commit apparently, obstruction of justice, we as a state would.”
“When the hell was trying to get a state’s attorney ever to find out, if you didn’t do it?” Giuliani said on ‘Fox & Friends’. “The state prosecutors to find out, you have to do it.”
“The addition of around 2000 years of Roman, English and American law, the presumption of innocence,” Giuliani. “He has to prove his innocence. He does not have to prove, ‘I have to do didn T it’. When can you prove a negative?”
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The share of Special Counsel Robert Muller’s written report, the deal, Giuliani with the issue.
Giuliani also a tweet from President Trump echoed posted this morning, in which he said: “statements about me written by certain people in the Crazy Müller report 18 Angry Trump-haters, the manufactured and totally untrue Democrat.”
“There is not a lot of things that are exactly how you imagine it,” Giuliani said during interrogation, the political loyalties of Müller ‘ s legal team.
“It was not a pretty written report, it was a one-sided, extremely biased report,” he claimed.
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Giuliani said: “When we in court… of course we will not want a study, but if you already have a test version, would be a clear “not guilty”.
“The jury would wonder why this lawsuit was filed in the first place, because he did nothing wrong.”