Rudy Giuliani Just Revealed How Much Evidence Mueller Has On Trump, It’s Much Less Than Your Liberal Friends Are Saying

Rudy Giuliani, a defense attorney representing President Trump, appeared on a segment with Fox & Friends Monday morning where he said exactly how much evidence Special Counsel Robert Mueller had on the president.

It’s not as much as liberal news outlets and Democrats are claiming. In fact, according to Giuliani, it is nothing at all.

The attorney described that after more than a year and a half, Muller’s investigative team has not even a “scintilla of evidence” connecting Trump to Russia.

“They haven’t come up with a scintilla of evidence, no facts, that the president had anything to do with Russians,” Giuliani said.

Later, the former New York Mayor said, “They have to come to grips with the fact they are investigating an innocent man.”

The Fox & Friends panelist asked Giuliani if he and Trump were still considering whether or not they would sit down with Mueller for an investigation, should he request an interview. He answered he and Trump are still leaving the door open to decide, but would be happy to answer questions for the investigative team, should they decide to conclude the investigation.

“If they had some narrow questions about collusion where they are confused about did he find out something, did he know something, did he talk to anyone, [then] we would be happy to give them the answers to that, so long as we knew they were concluding it,” he said.

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The comments sound familiar to what the attorney said last week during an interview with ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos. Then, Giuliani said he would not let Trump sit down for an interview with Mueller until the investigative team shows they have any evidence linking Trump to a crime dealing with Russia.

“If they can come to us and show us the basis and that it’s legitimate and that they have uncovered something, we can go from there and assess their objectivity,” he said, per Fox News.

Here’s more:

Trump and his team have repeatedly pointed to FBI agent Peter Strzok, who was removed from the Mueller team after anti-Trump texts he sent to an FBI colleague were uncovered, as a sign of bias within the agency and Mueller’s team. DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz has said he is investigating whether Strzok’s bias may have influenced the launch of the Russia probe.

Giuliani has suggested the probe is “so tainted” by bias that it may need to be thrown out

“If in fact, this is infected with a bias of major proportions from the beginning by Strzok and it seems like it is, and he left behind some of his cohorts…if that’s the case then how can you trust anything they’re doing in this investigation?” he said on “America’s Newsroom.”

Pressure on Mueller to end the probe has also come from Congress, where Republican lawmakers have also criticized the probe.


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