Trump's Lawyer Takes on Mueller: "I Dare Him to Testify!"

Amidst Mueller’s remarks on his findings from the Russia investigation, he’s getting a variety of feedback from different sources. One of those sources includes President Trump’s lawyer, Rudy Giuliani.

As documented by Fox News, Giuliani “dared” Mueller to testify about the moment which he discovered that no collusion with the Russian government took place.

It’s worth noting that Mueller’s most recent public remarks on the probe come as Democrats become more and more insistent upon impeaching the president.

Giuliani on Mueller

The president’s attorney maintains that Mueller is not being particularly forthcoming or ethical. This is especially in light of Mueller’s claim that his team couldn’t find evidence that Trump didn’t commit a crime; yet in the next breath, Mueller also stated that his team could not confidently charge the president with a crime.

So which one is it? Either Trump is innocent or he’s not. Like many Americans, the president’s attorney pointed out the issues with Mueller’s remarks; although Giuliani personally believes that Mueller ought to testify.

In Giuliani’s own words:

“I dare him to testify. I’d love to see Meadows and Jordan cross-examine him on when did he find out there was no collusion? Exactly why would you hire Andrew Weissmann, who is the most notorious and unethical prosecutor of the last 20 to 30 years?”

Giuliani’s above statements occurred during a phone interview with Fox Nation. During an additional portion of the interview, the president’s attorney also noted that people in this country are innocent until proven guilty.

“When I conclude as a prosecutor and I’m not confident that a person committed a crime, that’s called exoneration. The person is innocent until proven guilty. That’s not a slogan, it’s not a joke, it’s a basic fundamental of our Constitution, of the Magna Carta, of elemental fairness.”

Finally, Giuliani praised President Trump for being “a fighter.”

The Russia Probe

At this point, the Russia probe has been dragged out to the nth degree. It’s very clear that if Mueller were able to charge Trump with something, he would have done so already. As Giuliani stated, in this country, people are innocent until proven guilty.

After all this time, Mueller has yet to prove that the president is guilty of any crime. It’s time to leave Russian conspiracy theories in the past and move forward as a country.

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