Rudy Giuliani continues to confuse everyone, including himself


Rudy Giuliani continues to confuse everyone, including himself

Blake writes, "To sum up: Giuliani said on NBC's "Meet the Press" on Sunday that the conversations "went on throughout 2016.' He later seemed to confirm to the New York Times that they lasted till late 2016, even as Trump was securing the presidency". He then alleged that his client was one of the most "unfairly treated" people of all time, even as Giuliani himself complicated the situation by claiming Trump was involved in discussions to build a Moscow skyscraper until "the day" he won the presidential election in 2016. On Monday, Giuliani released a statement saying his remarks were "hypothetical and not based on conversations I had with the president".

Giuliani said that when Cohen testified to Congress that the project had ended in January 2016, Trump simply "accepted" that answer.

Warner, whose panel is conducting its own Russia probe, said the possibility that Trump pursued a business deal with Russia until as late as the 2016 election increases the need to know about his dealings as president with his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin. But the Giuliani of 2019 is overtly partisan, serving as President Donald Trump's personal lawyer while often blaming Democrats for the president's legal woes.

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Giuliani's timeline extends beyond what Cohen acknowledged in pleading guilty to lying to Congress about the deal: In that timeline, discussions about the tower continued through June 2016.

Russian Federation has repeatedly denied interfering in the election, saying the allegations were made up to excuse the defeat of Trump's campaign opponent as well as deflect public attention from actual instances of electoral fraud and corruption. "As long as they didn't do that during the election, it's OK", Rocah, a former prosecutor in the Southern District of NY, told MSNBC during a television interview.

"I did not say that", Giuliani told Chotiner.

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During his interview with the New Yorker on Monday, Giuliani said that, "as a lawyer", he did not believe he had ever said anything untruthful and claimed he has "a sense of ethics that is as high as anybody you can imagine". "But the president's recollection of them is that the thing had petered out quite a bit".

"Because I have been through all the tapes, I have been through all the texts, I have been through all the emails, and I knew none existed", he said.

"So anytime during that period they could've talked about it".

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Lawyer George Conway was not having any of it, tweeting: "Translation: 'I just made s**t up'".

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