Former Big Apple Mayor Rudy Giuliani thinks it’s time for the Attorney General to “step in” and “close” Robert Mueller’s months-long probe into Russian collusion; saying “the basis of the case is dead.”
The President’s new attorney was speaking with Fox News Thursday morning when he was asked to weigh-in on Mueller’s ongoing investigation, adding that the widening probe has so far yielded “no evidence” the Trump campaign colluded with Russian officials during the 2016 election.
“The basis of the case is dead,” said Rudy. “Sessions should step in and close it.”
“There’s been too much government misconduct,” Giuliani told Hannity Wednesday night.” “The crimes now have all been committed by the government and their agents.”
Giuliani’s comments come as Congressional Republicans demand the DOJ release the full “scope memo,” a document outlining the special counsel’s original scope after Mueller was appointed.
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