Donald Trump Echoes Rudy Giuliani: 'Collusion Is Not A Crime'

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US President Donald Trump took to Twitter to say that collusion isn't a crime, and that he never colluded with anyone.

As the first trial in the 14-month Russian Federation probe, the case throws a fresh spotlight on an investigation that has dogged Trump's presidency.

The meeting has become a central focus of special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into whether anyone within Trump's campaign colluded with Russia's meddling in the last United States presidential election.

"I believe we are coming toward the end, so I'm talking to some of the people that were involved in the original part of the investigation", he said. "The President didn't hack".

"I don't even know if that's a crime, colluding about Russians", Mr. Giuliani said.

"You can investigate an innocent person forever and forever and find nothing".

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Rudy Giuliani asserting that Mueller doesn't "have a goddamn thing" on Trump might be more convincing were it not for the fact that THE COLLUSION IS RIGHT OUT IN THE OPEN.

Donald Trump continues to deny Russian Federation had any involvement in his 2016 US Presidential campaign.

Giuliani explained that because of the great work Trump's attorneys did early on - providing Mueller with "1.4 million documents" and "32 witnesses" - Trump's legal team is in a position today in which they no longer need to cooperate. The video is set up with a voiceover that says, "And now, Rudy Giuliani versus Rudy Giuliani on Michael Cohen". Waas said it also includes the February 15, 2017 White House memo outlining a timeline of the events that led up to Flynn's firing, as well as "underlying White House records quoted in the memo". A spokesman for Mueller said there was no dispute when Mueller, who was Federal Bureau of Investigation director at the time, left the club, the Post said.

The trial of his former campaign manager, Paul Manafort, on tax and bank fraud charges was scheduled to begin in Virginia on Tuesday.

On Fox News, Dershowitz said if there's a conviction, it would give Mueller an opportunity to question Manafort about the president's actions.

"The judge is not sympathetic to this prosecution", he said. The video is obviously a spoof on the Smeagol/Gollum character from the LOTR franchise, who we often see arguing with himself whilst trying to make major life decisions and pining after that gosh darn ring.