Take a listen about your -- this is how you have answered the question about a Mueller interview. (LAUGHTER) (BEGIN VIDEO CLIPS) GIULIANI: Never beyond two or three hours. If there were written answers and they might -- most probably would be under oath. I mean, I didn’t leak it to "The Times" and Jay Sekulow didn’t leak it to "The Times". TODD: Is it possible he makes a conclusion based on who has been more truthful over the years? As always, sir, thanks for coming on, sharing your views, always interesting to talk with you. Sunday on NBC's 'Meet the Press,' former CIA Director John Brennan said he believed President Trump's decision to revoke his security clearance is "treasonous." This is not the first time Brennan has accused President Trump of "treason," and people are starting to get concerned.
Do you have any evidence that he leaked this to "The New York Times"? Former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper said that former CIA director John Brennan's rhetoric has become part of the problem with Trump’s feud with the intelligence community. Ralph Peters, a former Fox News military analyst who left after accusing the network of "assaulting our constitutional order and the rule of law" in collaboration with President Trump, talks to CNN's Brian Stelter about his views on President Trump's impact on the country. Rudy Giuliani, attorney for President Trump, speaks out about the Russia investigation on 'Sunday Morning Futures.' MARIA BARTIROMO, HOST: And this morning, President Trump comes out firing in the wake of a New York Times report yesterday, blasting it as another instance of fake news.
GIULIANI: The only other one that could’ve done it was Mc Gahn. One of his best friends Comey or the president who he has been carrying on a completely wild, crazy... TODD: When we come back, the panel will be here and let's just say there is a lot to discuss. In an interview Sunday on CNN's State of the Union, Clapper told host Jake Tapper Brennan is a "subtle...
You and Emmett Flood have wanted to put more parameters around what special counsel Robert Mueller would have done.
Would you have ever recommended the amount of cooperation that Don Mc Gahn has given to Robert Mueller had you been the attorney at the beginning?
TODD: -- the special counsel has to talk to the president? First of all, we have a good sense, obviously, of what Mr. They don’t have collusion or conspiracy, as Brennan pointed out, and they don’t have -- TODD: How do you know that? GIULIANI: That was the original intention of the meeting.
Mc Gahn testified to -- I can figure it out from -- TODD: How -- wait -- how do you say that "good sense," had you debriefed him? You say this always so definitively, how do you know they don’t? It turned out to be a meeting about another subject and it was not pursued at all.I ask it this way: the special counsel has an eyewitness on whether or not the president obstructed justice, right? Mc Gahn, you don’t know 100 percent of what he testified to Mr. GIULIANI: I think that through, through John Dowd, we have a pretty good sense of it and John Dowd yesterday said -- I’ll use his words rather than mine -- that Mc Gahn was a strong witness for the president. And also, they don’t need to know what the president’s going to say because the president has said it, and we’ve told them that we would stipulate that what the president has said is the president’s true belief that he did nothing wrong, that he wasn’t involved in collusion, that he wasn’t involved in obstruction and they have yet to propound a question to us, give us a question, where there is not an answer to it already by the president of the United States.We don’t know whether he did or not, but he has a potential eyewitness that either is exculpatory or is problematic for you, but doesn’t that actually underscore the reason why -- GIULIANI: No. So, the only reason they could possibly want the president of the United States is because they’re desperate for some kind of charge they can hang their hat on. "This is going to be a bad meme." "Don’t do this to me," Giuliani said. I think our audience is going to be a little confused.And let me ask it this way: the previous legal team was Ty Cobb and John Dowd, they wanted to fully cooperate.Even Brennan said an extraordinary -- TODD: But aren’t you, let me ask you this, Mr. You are not even allowed to do that at a trial unless it's very extraordinary circumstances. TODD: It's about issuing indictments and things like that. If he has to issue a subpoena during that period of time, it would be a gross interference in the election when he could have issued the subpoena six months or three months before. Well, I mean, that is just conjecture that this man accuses people of a crime that could carry death as the result. Mayor, I want to play -- aren’t you and the president to blame for the delay in the Mueller report? TODD: You said if Mueller doesn't get this done in two or three weeks, basically referring to September1, we will just unload on him like a ton of bricks. GIULIANI: For interfering with the election when he had no reason to do that, because he could have gotten this done earlier. TODD: But what are you going to do -- what is the ton of bricks? GIULIANI: No, we are going to fire him, we're going to point out to the public how he has acted improperly and he is now violating a Justice Department rule about not carrying on an investigation... That sets forth a negotiating position about an interview. We didn't say out of hand that we are not going to do it, and they put some pressure on us to come back quickly. Now, don't tell me that we're delaying this if they are spending a week and a half getting back to us. I don't know why they are doing that, but they are sure as heck not showing any desire to expedite it. Mc Gahn, attorney-client privilege, so that the independent counsel, special counsel could get as much evidence as possible.And in fact, I think John Dowd would tell you, with an agreement by -- with Bob Mueller that it would be concluded quickly.