Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani says he will only allow his client to participate in the Robert Mueller probe if he gets "the Hillary Clinton treatment."
"But Hillary Clinton treatment is what I'm looking for. And that is no under oath, only a Q&A, and then we get the questions in advance, and they write the report two weeks before," Giuliani quipped.
He added: "Two-and-a-half hours in the grand jury, approximately, maybe three. We'll say three. But Hillary Clinton treatment is what I'm looking for."
GIULIANI: We can assert the same privilege as other presidents have. President Clinton negotiated a deal in which he didn't admit the effectiveness of the subpoena. It was withdrawn...
STEPHANOPOULOS: Yes, but he did testify before the grand jury. Is the president willing to do that?
GIULIANI: But only for two-and-a-half hours, only with an arranged format. Would we be willing to do that? I would rather have the Hillary Clinton treatment.
STEPHANOPOULOS: I think President Clinton was before the...
GIULIANI: But I would rather have the Hillary Clinton.
STEPHANOPOULOS: … more than two-and-a-half hours.
GIULIANI: No, he was two-and-a-half hours in the grand jury, approximately, maybe three. We'll say three. But Hillary Clinton treatment is what I'm looking for. And that is no under oath, only a Q&A, and then we get the questions in advance, and they write the report two weeks before.
STEPHANOPOULOS: Well, you -- he has briefed you on the topics he wants to discuss. Are you confident the president will not take the Fifth in this case?
GIULIANI: How can I ever be confident of that? When I'm facing a situation with the president and all the other lawyers are, in which every lawyer in America thinks he would be a fool to testify, I've got a client who wants to testify, please, don't -- he said it yesterday.
And, you know, Jay and I said to ourselves, my goodness, you know, I hope we get a chance to tell him the risk that he's taking. So he may testify. And we may actually work things out with Bob Mueller, because working with him directly is good.
But if they keep undermining it, and we have situations like Judge Ellis saying that they're out of control and they're not authorized, and they refuse to give the judge their authorization, what's going on with that, George? God almighty.
Full interview: George Stephanopoulos interviews Donald Trump's new personal lawyer, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, during an exclusive interview on "This Week."