Since returning to Trumps' orbit as his new lead attorney, Giuliani has become a fixture on television, occasionally making news and routinely promising anyone who will listen that he will bring the Russian Federation collusion investigation to a close.
Giuliani also said he has no concerns about what Michael Cohen, Trump's former longtime personal lawyer and so-called fixer, may tell investigators. "It's going to lead to nothing".
Davis, who worked as President Clinton's special counsel in the late 1990s, was hired by Cohen last week.
Bolduan asked if there's any signal that Cohen is now cooperating with prosecutors.
That charge by lawyer Rudy Giuliani came a day after Trump himself launched a fresh attack on the investigation, assailing it in successive Twitter messages as a "Rigged Witch Hunt" and a "Democrat Con Job!"
Cohen, who is Trump's former attorney and who once famously said that he was prepared to "take a bullet" and "do anything" to protect him, is under intensifying scrutiny from federal prosecutors in Manhattan.
Federal prosecutors in NY took possession last week of 1.3 million documents the FBI seized in a raid on Cohen's offices in April.
Rudy Giuliani speaks with ABC News Chief Anchor George Stephanopoulos on "This Week", July 8, 2018.
The timing and structure of the payment could have an impact on whether it should be considered a campaign contribution or an improper advance of settlement funds.
Host Chuck Todd asked if Giuliani wanted Cohen to cooperate with investigators, and Giuliani responded: "Yes".
"The reason he said is, 'I will not be a punching bag as part of somebody else's defense strategy, '" Davis added.
"If you know Donald Trump, it's not going to stop him one bit". Cohen told the New York Times he paid adult actress Stormy Daniels $130,000 out of his personal account to keep her from revealing details of her alleged affair with the president.
The letter, obtained by The Associated Press, provides a window into the formation of a legal strategy now used by Trump's lawyers as they seek to pit the president's word against that of the former Federal Bureau of Investigation director.
Davis did not get into the specifics of what Giuliani said, but he appears to contradict the former New York City mayor's claim that Cohen telling the truth would not have any negative impact on President Trump.