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After Failing To Shut Down Mueller Probe, Giuliani Is Now Desperate To Shorten Interview With Trump

Donald Trump’s newest attorney, former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani, joined the president’s team in an attempt to “shut down” the ongoing investigation by special counsel Robert Mueller. After his plan failed, Giuliani vowed on Wednesday to keep Mueller’s meeting with Trump at a “maximum” of two to three hours.

Earlier this week, the New York Times revealed a set of questions that the special counsel was thinking about asking Trump during their interview, which is believed to last 12 hours.

Giuliani had initially tried to get Trump out of the interview completely. But after Mueller responded by saying he would subpoena the president if he didn’t cooperate, the former New York mayor spoke to The Washington Post where he set “ground rules” about the interview.

Mueller has yet to make a public response following Giuliani’s comments.

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