Former special counsel Robert Mueller's testimony won't be the end of the push against President Donald Trump, as Democrats will push the matter up until the 2020 presidential election, the president's attorney Rudy Giuliani said Wednesday.
"(This is) a 10-round fight," the former New York City mayor told Fox News' "Fox and Friends." "This is going to the election ... the Democrats are going for soundbites for the election."
He added that there may be some evidence to come out, including the "conspiracy to frame Donald Trump Jr., which began as early as December of 2015, was hatched somewhere in Washington, transmitted to the UK, transmitted to the Ukranian Embassy with the participation of people in the State Department."
Guiliani threatened that if the information didn't come out today, he knows the names of the State Department people involved and "we'll bring it out."
Meanwhile, the Mueller questioning is a "tragic misuse of our government in order to stop a man from being president, then to take a president down illegally, "said Giuliani. "I don't care if you like Donald Trump or not, if you like this country, these people probably committed one of the worst conspiracies, at least in modern times."
He added that Mueller wasn't able to reach a decision on whether Trump obstructed justice.
"I think he should pay back half his money," said Giuliani. "(Attorney General William) Barr should get the rest. He had to make the rest of the decision."
Giuliani also questioned why Democrats on the House Judiciary Committee granted Mueller's request to have his top aide in the investigation of Russia meddling in the 2016 election, Aaron Zebley, sit at the table with him Wednesday.
"Democrats are such idiots," said Giuliani. "He will have to have a mouthpiece to help him. This guy was the director of the FBI. He was a special prosecutor, whatever the heck he was. 'Wizard of Oz.' I would be embarrassed to have somebody to lean on."
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