Rudy Giuliani was the Mayor of New York City between 1994 to 2001. Giuliani is now one of the attorneys for President Trump.
Per Rudy Giuliani, who changes his mind every fifteen seconds and contradicts himself every thirty seconds, said that within the next seven to ten days, President Trump will decide whether that meeting takes place or not. I’m on the fence with this. Usually, I’m good at predicting what will happen next, but, I’m not so sure this time around.
Giuliani made clear Trump’s legal team does not want him to sit with Mueller, but Trump keeps insisting that he does. We can only imagine the train wreck when prosecutors go outside the scope of questioning and Trump waives his attorneys’ objections and answers the questions because of his God complex like Alec Baldwin’s unforgettable scene in “Malice” with Nicole Kidman.
There is no doubt that Rudy Giuliani has tried to stay one step ahead of the game. We saw it with Stormy Daniels, Karen McDougal, and the Cohen tapes. This is the opposite of President Trump’s approach which is to deny everything. Once again, Giuliani is stepping away from the pack by focusing on the word “collusion.”
Let’s forget for a second that Giuliani waived attorney-client privilege as to the McDougal tape. I’m not sure why, it really makes no sense. Regardless, the fact is, don’t you think that Cohen knows at the end of the day he will be disbarred? He’s got much bigger fish to fry and saving his bar license isn’t on that list.
Rudy Giuliani at some point was the pride of New York. A tough prosecutor, the mayor that cleaned up the city and faced the terrorist attacks of 911. Now?