Giuliani:?Special Counsel Trying To 'Frame' Trump In Russia Probe

Giuliani:?Special Counsel Trying To 'Frame' Trump In Russia Probe

Giuliani:?Special Counsel Trying To 'Frame' Trump In Russia Probe

"I think Chairman Gowdy's initial assessment is accurate, but we have more digging to do", Ryan said on Wednesday.

The reports came soon after President Donald Trump commuted the sentence of Alice Johnson.

Giuliani, who used his reputation as a federal prosecutor to launch a political career, began representing the NY real estate mogul in April after upheaval in the president's legal team.

But the former New York City mayor suggested that he did not entirely agree with the letter's premise that a president could never be charged with obstruction of justice.

"If he shot James Comey, he'd be impeached the next day", Giuliani was quoted by HuffPost as saying.

"We had Repeal & Replace done (and the saving to our country of one trillion dollars) except for one person, but it is getting done anyway".

The leaked letter was part of a broader campaign fought by the White House legal team arguing that Trump should not have to sit down and give evidence to special counsel Mueller.

President Donald Trump's lawyers have made a bold assertion of presidential power.

"I mean, we're leaning toward not", Mr Giuliani told ABC.

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"It would have been helpful if we got this information earlier", he added.

As Mueller's investigation into alleged collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian Federation in 2016 fruitlessly drags on, Trump was not the only one to tout the President's power of pardon.

"This is the reason you don't let this president testify in the special counsel's Russian Federation investigation", Giuliani told Stephanopoulos. As November's midterm elections approach, Trump has accused Mueller of prolonging the investigation to hurt Republicans at the polls.

During the Nixon years, in 1974, Mary Lawton, acting assistant attorney general in the Office of Legal Counsel, opined that the president couldn't pardon himself "u$3 nder the fundamental rule that no one may be a judge in his own case", citing the disqualification rule.

On "State of the Union", House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-California, said he doesn't think a president should pardon himself or herself.

Giuliani said there was no choice but to cancel the June 12 summit after Kim insulted the USA vice-president and national security and threatened nuclear war.

Trump's legal team has long pushed the special counsel to narrow the scope of its interview.

But Giuliani implied Wednesday that inquiry is fruitless, because of what he described as the president's inherent authority to terminate high-ranking members of the executive branch. "Our recollection keeps changing, or we're not even asked a question and somebody makes an assumption".

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