CNN’s Bakari Sellers: You Don’t Need a Law Degree To Say Giuliani is Doing a Disservice To His Client

CNN political commentator Bakari Sellers said Rudy Giuliani is “doing a disservice” to his client, President Donald Trump, after the lawyer made a series of confounding statements this week.

New Day anchor John Berman asked Sellers about Rudy Giuliani‘s eyebrow-raising comments in an interview Thursday dismissing the idea that members of the Trump campaign talking to Wikileaks would be a crime.

“I don’t think you need a law degree to say that Rudy Giuliani is really doing a disservice to his client,” Sellers said. “I am not sure anybody after this will ever hire Rudy Giuliani to do them any legal services again, because his foot is all the way down his throat all the time he opens his mouth.”

“But what we do know is no, collusion is not a crime, I think most people know that,” he continued. “But what is a crime is conspiracy. And what you’re seeing is you are starting to see these elements of conspiracy between Donald Trump’s campaign and some foreign actors to engage in the subversion of our democracy and in a violation of our federal election laws and on and on.”

Sellers added that “the largest danger to a Trump presidency is not Nancy Pelosi or Chuck Schumer, it’s not what happens in Washington, D.C., on the Capitol, but it’s actually what happens in Mueller’s office.”

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