Giuliani says Trump could issue pardons after probe

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Mueller has been investigating possible obstruction of justice as well as contacts between Trump campaign officials and a Russian effort to sway the 2016 presidential race in Trump's favor.

Giuliani denied that Trump was trying to send a message to Paul Manafort, who was the 2016 chairman for almost five months, or others to refrain from cooperating with prosecutors.

He also claimed that the report "totally exonerates me" although the report did not address Mueller's investigation into any possible links or coordination between Russian Federation and Trump campaign associated. Stone's meeting has now resurfaced as part of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's Russian Federation probe.

Giuliani, however, said the exchange showed a clear flaw in the special counsel's investigation and called on Mueller's work to be suspended. There won't be clemency in the ongoing Mueller investigation because it would muddy things up, but "when its over", it's POTUS' ability to do. "Wackadoodles", Giuliani said at the rally Saturday, invoking the historic Manhattan hospital's notorious psychiatric ward while gesturing to his head with wide eyes. "Because you just cloud what is becoming now a very clear picture of an extremely unfair investigation with no criminality involved in it of any kind". "I couldn't and I don't want to take any prerogatives away from him".

Strzok was one of the lead investigators during the probe into Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's alleged use of private email server. Some of the officials who worked on the Clinton investigation also worked on the FBI's Russian Federation probe, but the report did not find that political bias had tainted the Clinton review. Susan Collins, R-Maine, said Sunday on CBS's "Face the Nation".

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"According to the report, Strzok told Page in a text message "we'll stop it", after Page asked, "[Trump's] not ever going to become president, right?

"As I looked at the predicating information, as I looked at the facts as we understood them from. the allegations that Russian Federation had these emails, and offered to members of the Trump campaign to release them".

Goodlatte, who is conducting a joint investigation with Oversight Chairman Trey Gowdy, a South Carolina Republican, into the FBI's actions in the 2016 election, notified Nadler about the subpoena at a meeting Friday morning with Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein held to discuss Thursday's inspector general report, one source said. What about Comey and Crooked Hillary and all of the others?

"I don't want to do it", Giuliani said, referring to a Mueller interview with Trump.

President Trump questioned Jackson's "tough" ruling on Twitter, asking what would happen to former Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey and his campaign-era opponent Hillary Clinton. I just read it here in The Washington Post.