Rudy Giuliani, former New York Mayor, now one of President Donald Trump’s lawyer, joined George Stephanopoulos Sunday on ABC.
During his explosive interview, Rudy punched holes in Mueller’s ‘witch hunt like Swiss cheese that will leave democrats heads exploding. (Video Below)
On Sunday, Rudy said that the U.S. Constitution does not forbid the President from pardoning himself.
Liberal heads exploding in 3…2…1…!
“He’s not, but he probably does. He has no intention of pardoning himself, but that doesn’t say he can’t.” Rudy said after responding to question if he can pardon himself.
This was a set up question from ACBC, but Rudy slapped it right down.
Rudy continued “That’s what the Constitution says, and if you want to change it, change it.”
That won’t go well with the media talking heads. (Video Below)
Daily Caller Reports:
His remarks come one day after The New York Times reported Trump’s legal team floated the possibility of using executive privilege to avoid a grand jury subpoena from special counsel Robert Mueller.
Mueller has intimated in the past that he wants to interview Trump to determine if he had criminal intent to obstruct the investigation into his associates’ possible links to Russia’s election meddling. Mueller will have to decide whether to press ahead with a historic grand jury subpoena if Trump’s team denies him access to the president.
The memo claims Trump’s position as the head of the government makes it difficult for him to prepare and sit for an interview. Mueller must therefore prove the president is the only person who can provide information investigators seek, according to the memo, which was authored by John Dowd and Jay Sekulow, both of whom acted as Trump’s lawyers at the time.
“The president’s prime function as the chief executive ought not be hampered by requests for interview,” they wrote. “Having him testify demeans the office of the president before the world.”
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