Giuliani Rants About Mueller Probe in Latest Bizarre Interview: Used to Think it Was Legit, Now ‘I See Spygate’
“I have high regard…for Bob Mueller,” Rudy Giuliani told the Washington Post on April 19.
But while he might have high regard for the man, Rudy Giuliani has absolutely zero regard for the investigation Robert Mueller has led for the past year.
The former New York City Mayor and current lawyer for President Donald Trump made the media rounds once again Sunday morning — for some reason. And during an appearance on CNN’s State of the Union, fill in host Dana Bash asked Giuliani if he believes the Mueller probe is legitimate.
“Not anymore,” Giuliani said. “I did when I came in. Now, I see spygate.”
Bash asked Giuliani how he could be “so sure” that no collusion took place.
“Fifty years of investigatory experience tells me they don’t have a darn thing, because they would have used it already,” the ex-mayor said.
But Bash followed up, and Giuliani admitted that he couldn’t be certain that no collusion took place in what he described as the “outer orbit” of the campaign.
“I can’t be confident,” Giuliani said. He added, “You go out to the outer orbit, how do I know what is going on? But I don’t think that would matter. If there’s collusion with a guy 50 rungs down — not that I’m saying that happened — but if it did, I don’t know what that means.”
Watch above, via CNN.
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