President Trump’s attorney Rudy Giuliani said “there’s still a slight opening” that the president will sit down for an interview with Special Counsel Bob Mueller, and that a final decision has not been made, during a Monday appearance with “Fox & Friends.”
“This is a hard thing to conclude if you’re a prosecutor, and if you have the biases and prejudices this group of 13 angry Democrats has,” Giuliani told Fox’s Ainsley Earhardt, who asked if the special counsel’s investigation into alleged Russia collusion will end anytime soon.
Formerly the mayor of New York City, Giuliani blasted the counsel’s prosecutors and poked fun at them for crying during Hillary Clinton’s presidential loss party.
“I mean, you shouldn’t be a prosecutor if you cry at a political party,” he jeered.
“They haven’t come up with a scintilla of evidence, no facts, that the president had anything to do with Russians,” Giuliani said. “As the president tells me all the time, ‘I don’t understand the investigation. I never talked to the Russians. I never did anything with the Russians. How could they be investigating me?'”
“They have to just come to grips with the fact that they are investigating an innocent man. And you can do that forever. Because you’re never going to find any evidence. Somebody’s got to put an end to this. I hope they do.” (RELATED: Giuliani Bent About Argentina Soccer Cancelling On Israel)
Giuliani said he’s “willing to bet a dinner” that two or three of the Counsel’s investigators are “texting horrible things about Trump.”