Every time former New York Mayor and current Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani sits down for an interview, the media is poised with poison pen to direct every word and nuance in order to portray the President in the worst possible light. In fact, Mr. Trump himself tweeted recently on just how bad things have gotten:
“Never in the history of our Country has the “press” been more dishonest than it is today. Stories that should be good, are bad. Stories that should be bad, are horrible. Many stories, like with the REAL story on Russia, Clinton & the DNC, seldom get reported. Too bad!”
Take Sunday’s interview on (supposedly) friendly network Fox News in which veteran journalist Chris Wallace proved Mr. Giuliani about Mr. Trump’s involvement in Russian collusion before the 2016 presidential election.
And before the ‘Fox News Sunday’ segment was over, the legal eagle had cracked open a side of the investigation that has rarely been reported. When asked about Mr. Trump’s actions, Giuliani spelled out that none of what the President is accused of is a crime. He also removed all doubt as to the President’s intent to submit to an interview with Mueller.
Breitbart reports, "President Donald Trump’s personal attorney Rudy Giuliani said the president would not sit for an interview with the special counsel Robert Mueller.”
If that weren't clear enough, he added:
“Good luck.“They are a joke. Over my dead body. But you know, I could be dead.” Possibly insinuating that there have been threats on his life. But, he didn’t stop there. He went on to explain why there ill be no interview. And Mueller and his team have only themselves to blame for losing Mr. Trump’s cooperation.
Giuliani explained, “I am disgusted with the tactics they have used in this case,” Giuliani concluded. “What they did to General Flynn should result in discipline. They are the ones who were violating the law. They’re looking at a non-crime collusion.
“The other guys are looking at a non-crime campaign violation, which are not violations, and they are the ones who are violating the law, the rules, the ethics and nobody wants to look at them. They destroyed Strzok’s and Page’s texts. 19,000 texts. If he had destroyed 19,000 texts, they would put him in jail.”
While critics of the President are trying to portray Mr.Giuliani's admissions as confirmation of Mr. Trump's guilt, anyone who takes the time to listen to the context of his words and the entirety of the interview - instead of carefully selected sound bites - will reach a much different conclusion. Mr. Giuliani is doing a great job in advocating for Mr. Trump's innocence and, in time, the truth WILL come out. It always does...