Former Trump Lawyer: President Won’t Testify In ‘Bad Faith’ Mueller Probe

Virginia Kruta Associate Editor
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Former Trump personal attorney Joe diGenova spoke with Chris Wallace on “Fox News Sunday,” saying that President Donald Trump is not likely to give the Mueller team an interview because the FBI’s probe is “no longer a good faith investigation.”

President Trump has indicated on several occasions that he would like to sit down with Mueller to clear things up once and for all, but his lawyers have advised against it. New Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani suggested that an interview might be possible, but that it would be limited in both scope and time.

But on Sunday, diGenova told Wallace that recent developments have revealed the Mueller investigation to be in “bad faith.”

The president will not sit down for an interview because this investigation has reached a level of bad faith. His is no longer a good faith investigation.


DiGenova also brushed off statements made earlier in the week by Giuliani, saying that they weren’t really relevant to the real issues.