Rudy Giuliani on Saturday tweeted that he and President Donald Trump are prepared to admit that special counsel Robert Mueller was "fair" in his investigation into alleged collusion by the president's campaign.
Mueller's report into allegations of obstruction and collusion by Trump's campaign is forthcoming, and when that proves the president did nothing wrong, "we will have to admit you were fair," Giuliani tweeted.
"Just a few days before 60 day run-up to 2018 elections," Giuliani, Trump's personal attorney, tweeted.
"If Mueller wants to show he’s not partisan, then issue a report on collusion and obstruction. They will show President Trump did nothing wrong. Then we will have to admit you were fair. And we will."
Giuliani has been calling on Mueller to wrap up his investigation by early September and issue a report so as to not interfere with the 2018 midterm elections in November.
However, the investigation took another turn this week when Trump's former campaign manager, Paul Manafort, was found guilty of eight counts of bank and tax fraud, and Trump's former attorney, Michael Cohen, pleaded guilty to eight counts of fraud and campaign finance violations the same day.
In addition, Trump Organization chief financial officer Allen Weisselberg was granted immunity by federal prosecutors in exchange for information he provided about hush money payments by Michael Cohen.
In addition, David Pecker, the chief executive of American Media Inc., the company that publishes the National Enquirer, was granted immunity in the Cohen probe.
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