Interview with Rudy Giuliani: Special counsel investigation is a 'witch hunt'
EDITOR'S NOTE: Boris Epshteyn formerly served as a Senior Advisor to the Trump Campaign and served in the White House as Special Assistant to The President and Assistant Communications Director for Surrogate Operations.
WASHINGTON (Sinclair Broadcast Group) - Former mayor of New York City and outside counsel to President Trump Rudy Giuliani believes that after a year the investigation by special counsel Robert Mueller should come to an end.
BORIS: The investigation has reached pretty far, right? We’ve seen the indictments. And most of it has nothing to do with even the campaign, let alone the president. You’ve said it should be wrapped up. Do you believe that it should be wrapped up overall or just as it pertains in any way to President Trump?
GIULIANI: Well I think it should be wrapped up completely. The taxpayers have already spent over $20 million on it. He has nothing. Again, The [New York] Times says there is no public evidence of any connection and no evidence at all of any connection for the president. If that’s the case, why are we putting the country through this? Just to make these people famous? I mean they’re not becoming famous, they’re becoming infamous. James Comey will go down as the worst director in the history of the FBI.
BORIS: Is the president of the United States of America going to get indicted based on everything you know?
GIULIANI: No. First of all, he can’t legally be indicted by, by anyone. The president can’t be indicted. He can only be impeached. I don’t believe he can be impeached. I believe he can fight that off. And I think, in fact, they should apologize to him for putting him through this and then someone should apologize to the United States of America for putting this country though this.
BORIS: Is there anything to this investigation in terms of President Trump?
GIULIANI: In terms of President Trump, there is a witch hunt. In terms of everybody else, it’s pretty close to that.
Here’s the bottom line: President Trump and his attorney Rudy Giuliani believe that the president has done nothing wrong and the investigation as it relates to the president is a witch hunt.