When asked about the findings, Giuliani started by tearing into the “very rabid partisans” on Mueller’s team, and boasted there was “no obstruction of justice, there was no collusion.” He also called for a counter investigation of those who “made up” or “invented” the idea of collusion.
“This had to come from somewhere. It didn’t just come out of thin air. I want to know who did it, who fueled it, who paid for it,” he said. “Because the person who did it, and the group who did it, knows it’s untrue because they invented it.”
“It was thorough and it was conducted by people who had a bias to get him, people who didn’t want him elected,” Giuliani said. “It was conducted by people who had every motive to get him and tried every tactic and some I don’t approve of to try to get him and to try to get people to lie.”
After Fox ran a montage of Democrats arguing that there was of Trump-Russia collusion, Giuliani called them “shameless” and will never apologize or admit their suspicions were “wrong.”
“Every American, whether they like the president or they don’t, should today breathe a sigh of relief that the President of the United States and all the people around him did not engage in the horrible crimes that these people were saying. Imagine if they had how terrible it would be for the country. These people are unhappy with his finding? Shame on them.”
The interview went on with Giuliani proclaiming Trump an “innocent man” and dismissing the president’s critics who still have questions and demanding public disclosure of various documents and information pertaining to Mueller’s report.
He said Mueller “deserved every bit of criticism he got,” adding: “The fact that he couldn’t find evidence is a testament to the fact that he’s an honest man. He’s not going to make it up. But boy, did he try