BREAKING: Congressman Comes Forward, Says Trump’s Lawyer Told Major Lie To The Public


Congressman Ted Lieu (D-CA), who is on the Judicial Committee, just went on CNN and said that President Trump’s attorney Rudy Giuliani is lying to the public about their communications with Robert Mueller’s team.

More specifically – he says that there’s no way Robert Mueller promised an end date to the Russia investigation.

“I know that Giuliani makes things up and then has to correct things later. It would surprise me if Mueller could promise a date certain by which this investigation will conclude. This is a very complicated investigation with lots of open inquiries. So, I don’t think it would wrap up by September, and if you remember the former White House attorney for Donald Trump also saying ‘Oh, this investigation is going to keep ramping up.’ It still hasn’t.”

Giuliani told the New York times that Mueller tried to swing the deal in order to get Trump into an interview room, which so far, has not been met with a kind reception by Trump or his attorneys.

Giuliani told The Wall Street Journal on Sunday that Mueller could be setting a trap for Trump and that answering his questions may not be in the presidents best interests, and that he may have “incriminating information.”

“What we intend to do is premise it on, ‘If you want an interview, we need an answer to this,’” Giuliani said.

Trump has been stating publicly for some time now that Mueller is on a “witch hunt” and should end the investigation as soon as possible, but it appears Trump is the one who is dragging things out.

Also on Sunday: Trump tweeted out a tweetstorm demanding that the Department of Justice investigate the Obama administration. It appears to be a deflection tactic away from the question of why Trump won’t do an interview with Mueller.

“I hereby demand, and will do so officially tomorrow, that the Department of Justice look into whether or not the FBI/DOJ infiltrated or surveilled the Trump Campaign for Political Purposes – and if any such demands or requests were made by people within the Obama Administration!” Trump wrote.

Giuliani is also insisting that Trump shouldn’t interview until they receive more information regarding an alleged informant in his campaign, which seems to imply that the informant, whomever they may be, has the ability to take down Trump.


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