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Rudy Giuliani Fires Off Bizarre Misspelled Tweet Denying Manafort Has Flipped On Trump

After Paul Manafort pulled a surprise on President Donald Trump by striking a deal with special counsel Robert Mueller, Trump’s criminal defense lawyer Rudy Giuliani must think that the end of this clown show is near. So he’s been going for his big finale by completely blowing the Manafort situation.

On Friday, Rudy decided to simply go on Fox News claim that the only collusion is between the FBI, DOJ and Hillary Clinton.

“The man is innocent!” he screamed at the camera during an appearance on the Sean Hannity show.

Giuliani continued his rant on Saturday, sending off an inaccurate and misspelled tweet claiming, without evidence, that Paul Manafort will not be required to testify about possible wrongdoing by the Trump campaign he led for months.

“According to sources close to Manafort defense: ‘The coooeration agree does not involve the Trump campaign….There was no collusion with Russia,’” Giuliani tweeted, and misspelled “cooperation.” “Another road travelled by Mueller. Same conclusion: no evidence of collusion President did nothing wrong,” Giuliani wrote on Twitter.

However, the cooperation agreement, which has been posted online, stipulates that he must truthfully answer all questions by Robert Mueller and his investigators.

“Manafort deal requires full cooperation. He can’t draw lines,” tweeted CNN legal analyst Ross Garber. “It’s possible that Manafort lawyers have given Rudy assurances that Manafort won’t hurt Trump or address collision. But Mueller is putting together puzzle pieces. Doubt others know shape of finished puzzle.”

You can read Giuliani’s tweet and some of the responses from legal experts below:

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