Giuliani suggests Trump may pardon Manafort after Mueller's probe

Giuliani suggests Trump may pardon Manafort after Mueller's probe

Giuliani suggests Trump may pardon Manafort after Mueller's probe

In an impromptu press conference on the White House lawn, the president told reporters "the Mueller investigation has been totally discredited".

Rudy Giuliani speaks at the Iran Freedom Convention for Human Rights and democracy in Washington, May 5, 2018.

In one of his most forceful attacks on the special counsel yet, Rudy Giuliani on Friday claimed the Russian Federation investigation could get "cleaned up" with "presidential pardons" in light of ex-Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort being sent to jail.

Rudy Giuliani, top attorney for President Donald Trump, said on Sunday that Trump won't issue any pardons in the special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation, but could after the probe is over.

Former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort was ordered to go to jail Friday while he awaits the beginning of his trial - a trial that resulted from findings in Mueller's investigation. He did not specify how soon any pardons could be expected, but indicated that such action would come after the Mueller investigation. "He can pardon, in his judgment".

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"Please, listen to what I'm saying, and the President: The big signal is, nobody's been pardoned yet".

"Of course it's wrong to lie, it breaks one of the commandments, I think", Giuliani replied before arguing Trump's "distinction is a correct one".

Giuliani said it's time the Mueller probe into Russian interference in the 2016 election be wrapped up and said a recent Justice Department's Office of the Inspector General report showed biases in the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

The internal report reviewed one of the most controversial chapters of the 2016 election battle between Mr. Trump and Ms. Clinton.

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"Tomorrow, Mueller should be suspended and honest people should be brought in, impartial people to investigate these people like Peter Strzok". "You're not going to need pardons". "The president wants to do it". "What we'd really like is something responded to in writing. And it can be under oath".

When asked if and when Mr. Trump would sit down with Mueller's team of investigators for an interview, Giuliani said he advised against it, but said his client is intent on providing his version of events.

Giuliani said they'd prefer that Trump sit for a two-hour interview and Mueller's team probably wants four, "so let's settle at 3".

But Giuliani added: "We are in rather sensitive negotiations with them ... there might be a narrow area that we could all agree on". Susan Collins of Maine said, "I think it would be more helpful if the president never mentioned the word pardon again with respect to the investigation". Collins was on CBS.

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