On "Meet the Press" Sunday, Giuliani said, "Look, I am not going to be rushed into having him testify so that he gets trapped into perjury".
"[If] they have two pieces of evidence", Giuliani shot back, "[and] Trump says I didn't tell them and the other guy says that he did say it, which is the truth?
In an interview with Chuck Todd, the host suggested Trump doesn't need to worry about perjuring himself in a meeting with Mueller as long as he tells the truth. Todd's reverence for the ability of Mueller to divine "the truth", evident in his interview yesterday with Trump spokesman Rudy Giuliani, can be understood as ill-informed by anyone who has troubled to read Andrew McCarthy's NR column "Of Course There Is Such a Thing as a 'Perjury Trap.'".
"No it isn't! Truth isn't truth!". "Truth isn't truth?" he asked incredulously, warning Giuliani that what he just said "is going to become a bad meme". While experts cautioned against drawing any premature legal conclusions, they told us the Trump Tower interaction raised serious concerns about whether USA federal election law was broken. Brennan referred to "the fact that Donald Trump, when he was the presidential candidate of the Republican Party, when he called publicly on the Russians to find Hillary's emails, I didn't realize when I was CIA director it was that very night that Russian intelligence went after her emails". "Sometimes further inquiry can reveal the truth other times it doesn't", Giuliani tweeted.
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Giuliani made the remarks to Chuck Todd who was asking if the president was going to testify in the Mueller probe. Giuliani demanded, mocking Todd's facial expression. Will Trump voluntarily sit down for an interview?
CNN anchor John Berman mocked President TrumpDonald John TrumpArizona GOP Senate candidate defends bus tour with far-right activist Alyssa Milano protests Kavanaugh in "Handmaid's Tale" costume Bomb in deadly Yemen school bus attack was manufactured by USA firm: report MORE's lawyer Rudy Giuliani on Monday for his declaration that "truth isn't truth". "If someone said, I have information about your opponent, you would take that meeting".
"But men are, you know, disposable".
"No, no, it isn't truth", Giuliani said. The former Federal Bureau of Investigation chief tweeted: "Truth exists and truth matters. If we are untethered to truth, our justice system can not function and a society based on the rule of law dissolves".
Dean was White House counsel for Nixon, a Republican, during the Watergate scandal.