Former Clinton White House aide George Stephanopoulos, who hosts "This Week", said Sunday that the articles of impeachment against former presidents Bill Clinton and Richard Nixon both included charges of "lying to the public", which Mr. Giuliani found unpersuasive.
Mueller is investigating whether Russian Federation meddled in the presidential election and whether Trump's campaign colluded with Moscow.
Later in the same program, former Gov. Chris Christie, R-N.J., dismissed the argument put forward by the Trump legal team that the president inherently can not obstruct justice.
Both Mr Trump and Russian Federation have continued to deny any collusion in the run-up to his shock election triumph, with the USA leader previously labelling the investigation a "witch hunt". I spent a moment wondering, but in the end I think they didn't mean this the way it sounds.
"In no case can he be subpoenaed or indicted", Giuliani told HuffPost. How about you get rid of Scott Pruitt's private security force that he has with him at all times, because that's costing us three and a half million dollars every year.
WASHINGTON ― Candidate Donald Trump bragged that he could shoot someone on New York's Fifth Avenue and not lose any support, and now President Donald Trump's lawyer says Trump could shoot the Federal Bureau of Investigation director in the Oval Office and still not be prosecuted for it.
"Do you think he has the power to pardon himself?". Sessions recused himself because of his role within the Trump campaign.
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Donald Trump Says North Korea Summit Is Back On
The letter: The Wall Street Journal , quoting a foreign government official, said the letter from Kim Jong Un was "fairly basic". Kim's right hand man General Kim Yong Chol flew into NY on Wednesday to discuss preparations for the assembly.
"The true extent of presidential power has not been tested because most presidents have avoided going to the outer extent of that power", Harry Sandick, a former prosecutor with the USA attorney for the Southern District of NY and now a white-collar defense lawyer, said in a telephone interview. Indeed, he could "terminate the inquiry, or even exercise his power to pardon" himself at any time "if he so desired".
And if Trump, he concludes, "really does have the power to just make anyone's legal trouble go away because he happens to feel like it, then we're all in a world of trouble".
"If he and his lawyers persist with these types of arguments, it will end up being decided in the courts over a subpoena to testify or in Congress where impeachment, if nothing else, must place some limits on abuses of presidential powers", Rocah said. "Whether or not there is an argument that is not what the framers could have intended". He said that Trump wants to testify but that Giuliani and his team are leaning against recommending that. "Come on. They do more lying to the press than anybody", said Mr. Giuliani.
Meanwhile, Trump engaged in jabs at the Justice Department via Twitter on Sunday morning, going so far as to put "Justice" in quotes.
FILE PHOTO: President Donald Trump's attorney Rudy Giuliani arrives at the White House in Washington, U.S., May 30, 2018.
Or, I'll tell you what, you want a short little three, four month investigation?