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Rudy Giuliani: Mueller Knows Testifying 'Is Not Proper'

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Rudy Giuliani ( (Photo by Aaron P. Bernstein/Getty Images)

By    |   Sunday, 21 July 2019 09:24 AM

Former special counsel Robert Mueller has already publicly vowed to say nothing more than what is in his report, so testifying would not be "proper" and Mueller knows it, according to President Donald Trump's personal attorney Rudy Giuliani.

"He shouldn't really [testify]," Giuliani told Sunday's "The Cats Roundtable" on 970 AM-N.Y. "He already put out his report. He made his 10-minute statement and then said he wasn't going to talk about it anymore because it's not proper.

"But somebody must've persuaded him that he should comment some more. He's already commented more than any prosecutor has ever commented about a case he didn't bring. But let's see what he says."

Giuliani said the incumbent-led investigation into the opposing political campaign was based on a "flimsy foundation" and is both "frightening and very disgraceful."

"Never seen anything like this – never seen such a distortion from law enforcement and it gets worse and worse," Giuliani told host John Catsimatidis. "And, I'm shocked at what I see, and I'm not sure I've seen everything yet."

Giuliani added, amid the inspector general's investigation into the potential improprieties of the Obama administration's Justice Department, "right now the buck stops with [fired FBI Director James] Comey," but perhaps Republicans in the two House committees might get Mueller to answer otherwise this week.

"I think that Mueller is going to find out that, although he can't talk about the investigation anymore than he has already disclosed, he's going to be faced with a lot of questions he hasn't answered before," Giuliani said.

". . . I'm quite convinced it was definitely an attempt to, first, stop Donald Trump from being president, and then to remove him from office. There's no doubt that was the motivation. Peter Strzok said as much in one of the test messages to his girlfriend."

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Former special counsel Robert Mueller has already publicly vowed to say nothing more than what is in his report, so testifying would not be "proper" and Mueller knows it, according to President Donald Trump's personal attorney Rudy Giuliani."He shouldn't really [testify],"...
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