Rudy Giuliani says on ABC's "This Week" Sunday that they have no worries about Michael Cohen "as long as he tells the truth".
President Donald Trump's former lawyer in the Russian Federation investigation says while he initially urged the President to cooperate with special counsel Robert Mueller, he eventually came to believe he had not been dealt with the way he had expected given the cooperation his side had given Mueller.
Giuliani seemed to confirm on ABC's "This Week" Sunday that President Trump actually did ask former FBI Director James Comey to drop the probe into ex-White House national security adviser Michael Flynn despite Trump's previous denials that he said anything of the sort.
Rudy Giuliani, one of Trump's current attorneys, has also said he does not think the President should sit for an interview.
According to these same sources, Cohen feels that the president and Giuliani are sending him a veiled threat and will continue to call his honesty into question if he opposes them.
"Yeah, but I think this is new, saying no, after the Horowitz report", Giuliani said.
"We're not asking to show us that he committed a crime", Giuliani said on "Meet the Press".
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Meanwhile, Putin does not plan to meet with his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron, who is en route to St. Petersburg to cheer on France national team.
"My wife, my daughter and my son have my first loyalty and always will", Cohen said. There's no, he has no evidence of, nor was he involved in anything untoward with the President. And back in January, the president himself said he'd like to talk to Mueller under oath.
Giuliani reiterated in a text to CNN Monday morning, "the truth will set you free".
Instead, it casts in a negative light actions that Comey has said he carefully reasoned and that he has vigorously defended in his book and interviews. "The president did nothing wrong with him".
"Mr. Comey continued his Machiavellian behavior after President Trump was elected", Kasowitz wrote. He also signaled a willingness to cooperate with federal prosecutors, even if what he tells them or special counsel Robert Mueller could imperil the president. "The fact is Michael has been a victim here like a lot of other people". "Or is there a factual basis for this?"
His lawyers are appealing a June 15 order by Jackson that sent him to jail after prosecutors accused him of attempting to tamper with witnesses.
"He wants to testify", said the former New York City mayor.