Speaking to ABC News' George Stephanopoulos on Sunday's episode of "This Week", Giuliani said that his client, Donald Trump, doesn't have to comply with a subpoena from special counsel Robert Mueller, in addition to saying he could not be confident that the president would not take the Fifth Amendment if he has to testify in the Russian Federation investigation. You are damn right he could be lying, George.
'I would love to speak because we've done nothing wrong, ' he said.
During a Fox News interview earlier in the week, Giuliani did link the payment to the presidential campaign and acknowledged for the first time that Trump was aware of the payment.
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"He's the president of the United States", Giuliani said.
"The Hillary Clinton treatment is what I'm looking for". "And I would also tell you that I'm happy to answer these questions, but I have limited visibility into what Mayor Giuliani is talking about".
When Giuliani was asked if he was confident that Trump, should he appear before Mueller, would not invoke his constitutional right under the Fifth Amendment to remain silent, Giuliani responded, "How could I ever be confident of that?".
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Trump said Friday he would "love" to speak with Mueller but only if he's treated fairly.
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The FBI raided Cohen's home, office and hotel room last month in part to seek information that included payments made to women who alleged affairs with Trump more than a decade ago. Conway said Trump meant to say he did not know about the payment at the time it was made.
"Michael's lawyers all know that that obviously is not on the table", Giuliani said. He called Daniels' allegations of an affair "false and extortionist". "It's a nuisance payment", Giuliani continued. "The reality is those are not facts that worry me as a lawyer".
Neither the payment nor the liability to Cohen was disclosed on the Trump campaign or the president's financial disclosures. The $130,000 payment was made by Cohen days before the 2016 election, raising questions of compliance with campaign finance and ethics laws. "It may have involved the campaign, doesn't matter, and it would've been done under any other circumstances, if there was no campaign".
Cohen, who acted as Trump's "fixer", is facing a criminal investigation in NY, and FBI agents raided his home and office several weeks ago seeking records about the Daniels nondisclosure agreement.