"How you could expect us to just walk up our client like a lamb going to the slaughter?"
On ABC's "This Week" on Sunday, Giuliani stressed that he wasn't anxious about testimony that Cohen might give. "This is the most corrupt investigation I have ever seen that the Justice Department is allowing to go forward". The president did nothing wrong with him, so we've gone through every document we can.
But once Mueller found out, he dismissed them from the investigation.
"We've been through everything on collusion and obstruction", he said.
While he wouldn't tell Stephanopoulos if he would cooperate with prosecutors, he also didn't dampen such speculation, taking issue with some of Trump's criticisms of the special counsel's Russian Federation investigation and even going out of his way to praise the FBI.
Following reports last week that Giuliani said he wants the special counsel Robert Mueller to show a "factual basis" before Trump agrees to testify under oath, Giuliani upheld his suspicion of the investigation's roots. We can't find any incriminating anything.
Giuliani, an attorney for President Trump, said Sunday that he has counseled the president against granting a pardon to his longtime fixer Michael Cohen, at least for now.
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However, Giuliani suggested there could have been an "understanding" between Trump and Cohen that he would get repaid $140,000 for things like this "nuisance settlement". He adds, "We have no reason to believe he did anything wrong".
"I have no concerns that Michael Cohen is going to do anything but tell the truth", Giuliani added.
Sharing a clip of Giuliani admitting he may have been at the notorious Trump Tower meeting - or knew about it - with the lawyer stating, "I was probably there that day - I don't remember it".
Unfortunately, the incessant attempts to invalidate the investigation and paint it as a "witch hunt" seem to be working.
"Michael Cohen should cooperate with the government. You can't abridge your power to do it, that's something you can decide down the road one way or the other".
Rudy Giuliani told ABC News Chief Anchor George Stephanopoulos on "This Week" Sunday that he has "zero" concerns about Cohen, who once described himself as "the guy who would take a bullet" for Trump.