"I think that Michael Cohen has made a decision to fight back against Rudy Giuliani and his client, Donald Trump", Borger told Kate Bolduan Monday.
"My wife, my daughter and my son have my first loyalty and always will", Cohen said.
Wehle told MSNBC's Stephanie Ruhle on Monday that it would be "impossible" for Mueller to agree to Giuliani's demands. "We wouldn't be lawyers if we would do that", Giuliani said on ABC's "This Week". There's no, he has no evidence of, nor was he involved in anything untoward with the President.
"It's our, it's our firm belief, and we think nothing contradicts this, that the president did nothing wrong", Giuliani said.
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The Pittsburgh-based federal appeals judge was the runner up to Justice Neil Gorsuch for the Supreme Court nomination past year . Susan Collins, of ME , to speak out, telling Stephanopoulos last week that a candidate who would overturn Roe v.
"As long as he tells the truth, we're home free", Giuliani said on ABC.
There has been significant speculation in recent weeks over whether Cohen would cut a deal with prosecutors, and what that could mean for the president.
On CNN's State of the Union, Giuliani said that if Mueller issued a subpoena to compel Trump to testify, his legal team believes it could be quashed.
Giuliani emphasized Cohen "telling the truth" on three separate occasions during the interview.
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The Pittsburgh-based federal appeals judge was the runner up to Justice Neil Gorsuch for the Supreme Court nomination a year ago . Raymond Kethledge of MI , who also has many high-profile supporters who see him as a positive alternative to the other three.
While Giuliani said he had advised Trump against pardoning Cohen, he also argued that to rule out a pardon "wouldn't be fair to - to the president, wouldn't be fair to Cohen, wouldn't be fair to future presidents".
"Mr. Comey continued his Machiavellian behavior after President Trump was elected", Kasowitz wrote. "Of course he didn't commit a crime". The AP obtained a copy of the other document, in addition to a two-page memo from September in which Trump lawyers lament to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein that Mueller was "inexplicably" not investigating Comey's "misconduct" they had earlier raised. What we're asking them for is: Is this the witch hunt that a lot of people think it is? Giuliani told ABC that investigators must first show a "factual basis for the investigation".
"I was probably there that day", he said a bit cryptically, adding, "I don't remember it". In it, Kasowitz argues that Comey can not be trusted as a witness because he repeatedly embellished his testimony before Congress, put his "own personal interests and emotions" above Federal Bureau of Investigation protocol and left a cloud of undue suspicion above the president's head. Cohen told ABC he did not dismiss the possibility of cooperating with the Russian Federation investigation.
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Kavanaugh graduated from Yale Law School, where he adopted numerous views of late Supreme Court Chief Justice William Rehnquist. Asked to name the four candidates on his shortlist , Trump refused but reaffirmed that "I have it down to four".