The former New York City mayor is embracing his client's preferred approach to challenges as he mounts Trump's defense through the media.
President Donald Trump's lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, did not rule out Sunday that the President could plead the Fifth Amendment in special counsel Robert Mueller's Russian Federation investigation. You are damn right he could be lying, George.
Mr Giuliani also suggested that the president wouldn't necessarily comply with a subpoena from Mueller, whose investigation has been repeatedly labeled a "witch hunt" by the president.
The lawyer for the grownup movie star who's suing President Donald Trump slammed the efficiency of Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani on behalf of the president as a "practice wreck". "I think it is obvious.to the American people that this is a coverup, that they are making it up as they go along, they don't know what to say because they've lost track of the truth".
"I'm going to relay to you what the president has told me, which is the best I can do", Conway said on CNN's "State of the Union".
"The Hillary Clinton treatment is what I'm looking for".
"The reality is, those are not facts that worry me as a lawyer. those don't amount to anything, what's said to the press", Giuliani said.
In an ABC News appearance during which he was acting in his capacity as the president's personal attorney, Giuliani said he can not be "confident" that Trump will not seize up on his right not to answer questions on the constitutionally-protected grounds that he has a right not to incriminate himself.
In an unique interview on "This Week", Stephanopoulos requested Giuliani if Trump knew in regards to the cost to Daniels after the marketing campaign.
Trump's campaign and presidency have been marked by his regular assertion of demonstrably untrue statements as fact.
"I imply, this man's all around the map over the past 72 hours on some quite simple info that must be very easy", Avenatti continued, referring to questions on when President Trump knew that his private lawyer had paid Daniels $130,000 and whether or not that cost might probably represent a marketing campaign finance violation. Giuliani, who was recently hired Trump's attorney, said in a separate interview Sunday that he did not know if Cohen paid other women to keep quiet. Conway said Trump meant to say he did not know about the payment at the time it was made.
Giuliani, who said he had other TV appearances lined up to give away secret information, was then looped by Cohen. He called Daniels' allegations of an affair "false and extortionist".
Minutes later at Joint Base Andrews, Trump told a different gaggle of reporters before boarding Air Force One: 'Bottom line is I want to talk to people in charge if they can prove that it's a fair situation'.
Daniels, whose legal name is Stephanie Clifford, is seeking to be released from the nondisclosure agreement. "It may have involved the campaign".