Giuliani: "This Is The End Of Mueller's Investigation Effectively"; James Comey Going To Jail

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President Trump's attorney Rudy Giuliani told FOX News' Sean Hannity Tuesday night that the report from the DOJ inspector general and his testimony to Congress was effectively "the end of Mueller's investigation."

"I’m very, very gratified because I believe that this is the end of Mueller's investigation effectively," Giuliani said. "And the president of the United States, my friend and a great president who's off to a terrific start, is going to be vindicated, but this is a witch hunt with no evidence, and nothing else, but a bunch of people who hate him, hate Republicans, hate anything that he stands for, and vowed to get him no matter what."

Giuliani nearly announced there would be no further cooperation with the Mueller team after proof that the FBI tried to "frame" candidate Trump.





"As I said the other night, the investigators need to be investigated if we're going to see justice here. And I’ll be darned if we're going to go forward with any kind of cooperation with them if I think there's any doubt that these people are trying to frame him, I’m beginning not only to doubt it, I’m beginning to believe it," he said.

Giuliani also said he believes the Mueller probe is "very, very close to being able to be thrown out." He said even the Manafort indictment and Cohen investigation are in jeopardy because of the fact Peter Strzok began it.

"They're in jeopardy of having the whole thing thrown out on the fact that Strzok began it. Strzok began it with total bias. They have never produced any evidence of anything," he said.

Giuliani also predicted that former FBI director James Comey is "going to go to jail," if justice means anything.

"The guy is going to go to jail, Sean," he said of Comey. "I mean, I truly believe that if justice means anything."

SEAN HANNITY, FOX NEWS HOST: Nobody else would have gotten away from it. The president was right talking about the DOJ’s inspector general's report on the Clinton e-mail probe.

Joining us now with reaction, President Trump’s attorney, former New York City mayor, Rudy Giuliani.

Mr. Mayor, you on this program long before, we -- you laid out 16, 17, or 18, I don't remember the exact number, of specific crimes. It's all corroborated. Nobody saying she didn’t do these things. The evidence is overwhelming. It's not even in dispute, it's irrefutable.

But they gave her a pass. They did something they’d never do for any other American.

RUDY GIULIANI, PRESIDENT TRUMP’S ATTORNEY: The case was fixed, corruptly, we know that. We're way beyond that. We're now in a situation much worse than that.

And I have to tell you, I’m very, very gratified because I believe that this is the end of Mueller's investigation effectively. And the president of the United States, my friend and a great president who's off to a terrific start, is going to be vindicated, but this is a witch hunt with no evidence, and nothing else, but a bunch of people who hate him, hate Republicans, hate anything that he stands for, and vowed to get him no matter what.

And they've now been caught, the texts are there, you can read them. You have to be an idiot not to realize they're totally biased. And the Mueller investigation is built around. Strzok, after all, was the lead investigator that Mueller selected.

Now, it turns out that there are two of the unnamed people who were texting equally horrible things about the president, with an equal amount of bias, presently part -- I believe this is correct although this is just a report -- they may be part of the Mueller team. We will not know that until Mueller is investigated.

As I said the other night, the investigators need to be investigated if we're going to see justice here. And I’ll be darned if we're going to go forward with any kind of cooperation with them if I think there's any doubt that these people are trying to frame him, I’m beginning not only to doubt it, I’m beginning to believe it.

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