Former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski told "Fox News Sunday" that President Trump's legal team will "take it to court" if Special Counsel Robert Mueller subpoenas him as part of the Russian Federation probe.
"It could lead to impeachment", Giuliani said, referring to the idea of Trump pardoning himself.
"We'll say, 'hey, you got everything you need, '" Giuliani said.
"This is basically I think what most constitutional lawyers who tend to try to protect the presidency would say", Giuliani said of the letter. "I think even thinking about trying to fire [Special Counsel Robert] Mueller is a bad move politically".
"I think it would be outrageous for a sitting president of the United States [to self-pardon]", Bharara said on "State of the Union" Sunday morning.Читайте также: G7 countries criticize USA over steel tariffs
"As only one of two people left who could become President, why wouldn't the Federal Bureau of Investigation or Department of "Justice" have told me that they were secretly investigating Paul Manafort (on charges that were 10 years old and had been previously dropped) during my campaign?" The President has never said he would pardon himself.
As part of his investigation, Mueller is looking into the possibility the Trump campaign colluded with Moscow and that Trump subsequently tried to obstruct the probe. "It's wrong", Christie, a former USA attorney, said. Instead, he mostly made the president sound very guilty. "If he terminated an investigation of himself it could lead to all kinds of things".
Trump also said he was considering pardoning lifestyle maven Martha Stewart and commuting the prison sentence of former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich, convicted of corruption charges. He was answering a question related to Robert Mueller's "Russiagate" probe.
FILE PHOTO: President Donald Trump's attorney Rudy Giuliani arrives at the White House in Washington, U.S., May 30, 2018.
In his sit-down with Stephanopoulos, Giuliani said he and Sekulow were leaning toward the president not doing the interview.
Giuliani also claimed that Trump had the authority to end the investigation into him in comments that come hot on the heels of the publication of a 20-page document sent to Mueller from Trump's legal team earlier this year. "Should have told me!"При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.
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