Giuliani: Trump is 'not going to issue pardons' during Mueller investigation

Giuliani: Trump is 'not going to issue pardons' during Mueller investigation

Giuliani: Trump is 'not going to issue pardons' during Mueller investigation

"During the 2016 campaign, Page asked Strzok: "(Trump's) not ever going to become president, right?

Giuliani told a Wall Street Journal reporter that Trump will not pardon anyone involved in the investigation.

Trump also took aim at Comey - who he fired in May 2017 and whose reputation he has since sought to tarnish in the expectation he could be a witness against him in the encroaching Russian Federation investigation.

"The president has not issued pardons in this investigation".

Giuliani, an outspoken attorney for the President, repeatedly suggested the probe had questionable origins and echoed some of the President's rhetoric about the investigation being unfair. But Manafort has not been sentenced, a judge revoked his house arrest on allegations of witness tampering.

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"I don't understand the justification for putting him in jail", Giuliani, 74, said.

He disputed on Sunday that his frequent television appearances and comments about the president's pardon powers are intended as a signal to Trump's allies who are under criminal investigation. But he said that in the months to come pardons were "certainly not excluded" if Trump concluded "you've been treated unfairly".

"Let me make it clear right now, anybody listening, he is not going to pardon anybody in this investigation, but he is not obviously going to give up his right to pardon if a miscarriage of justice is presented to him after the investigation", Giuliani told CNN's Chris Cuomo on "Cuomo Prime Time". Susan Collins, R-Maine, said Sunday on CBS's "Face the Nation". "Well I don't think it exonerates him", Giuliani told ABC News in a phone interview Saturday.

"But there is a lot of unfairness out there", he continued.

Strzok was one of the lead investigators during the probe into Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's alleged use of private email server. Oh, I see, there was no Russian Collusion, so now they look for obstruction on the no Russian Collusion.

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"My advice to him, you know, as long as as I'm his lawyer, is not to do it, because you just cloud what is becoming now a very clear picture of an extremely unfair investigation with no criminality involved in it of any kind", Giuliani said.

Giuliani added that Trump's legal team would try to limit any interview with Mueller "to some specific questions about the heart of the probe" that they think "could be answered quickly" - in about three hours, he said.

Strzok replied: "No. No he won't".

Mr. Trump seized on the findings of the Justice Department Inspector General, claiming the report provides evidence of deep bias against him at the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and "exonerates" him from allegations of collusion with Moscow and obstruction of justice.

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