This week just seems to be getting worse for the Left. While on Sean Hannity’s show on Friday, Rudy Giuliani warned the Mueller team that when the entire Mueller report is dropped, he will be releasing his own 87 page report that exposes the bias and corruption of the Mueller investigation.
During an interview, Hannity and Giuliani discussed the fallout of the Mueller investigation and what would likely be happening next.
Hannity started off the segment: “You know a full complete vindication, obstruction is out, the Attorney General said it’s over, he quoted Mueller. He said he would release the report. This wasn’t a comprehensive summary of the report but it is interesting while Mueller didn’t make a decision on the obstruction side of things, he did just lay it out and handed it to the justice department which then clearly the Attorney General and Rod Rosenstein said no obstruction.”
“Well I mean first of all, one of the things that the Democrats are doing today and the day before on collusion let’s be clear,” Giuliani responded. “Mueller did reach a conclusion that there was no collusion of any kind. He went so far to say that he used all the words he could possibly use “conspiracy,” “coordination” not just with the President, but with the entire staff, so that comes from Mueller. On obstruction, he said I don’t find any basis to charge a crime, but I can’t exonerate.”
Later on during the interview Hannity said, “I want to see that. I want to see the FISA applications.”
Giuliani responded by stating, “That one’s going to lead to perjury prosecutions. Guaranteed. They lied their backsides off.”
Last Sunday, Attorney General William Barr released a summary of Mueller’s findings in relation to the Russian collusion investigation which clearly stated that the Trump campaign in no way colluded with Russia.
On Friday, Barr announced that he would be releasing the full Mueller report to Congress by mid-April.
Check out what Talking Points Memo reported:
Attorney General Bill Barr sent Congress another letter on Friday updating lawmakers on the status of the Justice Department’s review of the Mueller report.
The letter states that the report is “nearly 400 pages” long, and that he expects to send a redacted version to lawmakers in mid-April.
In the letter, addressed to Senate Judiciary Committee chairman Lindsey Graham (R-SC) and House Judiciary Committee chairman Jerry Nadler (D-NY), Barr says that he is available to testify before the Senate on May 1, and before the House on May 2.
Barr writes in the letter that the report “sets forth the Special Counsel’s findings, his analysis, and the reasons for his conclusions.”
“Everyone will soon be able to read it on their own,” he writes.
Barr also says that his Sunday letter to Congress that provided his top-line conclusions of the report “was not, and did not purport to be, an exhaustive recounting of the Special Counsel’s investigation or report.”
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