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Rudy Giuliani Goes Off The Rails Again, Sends Insane Warning To Mueller To End Probe: Report

Donald Trump’s newest addition to his legal team Rudy Giuliani said during a Tuesday interview that the White House plans to take “additional steps” if special counsel Robert Mueller doesn’t end his investigation into Russia’s interference in the U.S. election.

According to Bloomberg, Giuliani said that “We are going to try as best we can to put the message out there that it has been a year, there has been no evidence presented of collusion or obstruction, and it is about time for them to end the investigation. We don’t want to signal our action if this doesn’t work — we are going to hope they listen to us — but obviously, we have a Plan B and C.”

Giuliani also tried making a case as to why Mueller doesn’t have a reason to interview Trump.

According to Bloomberg, Giuliani said that if Mueller wants to interview Trump he would need to turn over the 1.2 million pages of documents cataloging White House interviews and court documents.

“It is hard to recommend an interview when the questions presented indicate they have no evidence, and it is hard not to get at least the appearance they are attempting to trap him into perjury,” Giuliani said.

Bloomberg reported that the White House is looking to try to end the special counsel’s probe on the one-year anniversary of Mueller being appointed to oversee the investigation.

If Trump was innocent he shouldn’t be so anxious to end the investigation. If we’re putting things into perspective, the Watergate investigation took more than two years, the GOP’s Benghazi investigation continued for four years after the 2012 attacks, and the investigation led by special counsel Ken Starr into former President Bill Clinton started in Aug. 1994. Impeachment for Clinton didn’t initiate until Dec. 1998.

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