Rudy Giuliani says he is able to go to jail for Trump but additionally claims he’s harmless

Rudy Giuliani said he was ready to go to jail for Trump, but at the same time declared his innocence.

Giuliani told NBC New York:

“I haven’t committed a crime and if you think I have committed a crime you’re probably really stupid because you don’t know who I am,” Giuliani said when an investigation surfaced into whether he was an unregistered lobbyist for Ukrainians Officer.

He said he was working as his lawyer for then-President Donald Trump at the time.

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“I am more than ready to go to jail if they want to put me in jail. And if they do, they will face the consequences in heaven, ”he said. “I’m not, I didn’t do anything wrong.”

When asked why he would be willing to go to jail if he is not guilty, Giuliani replied, “Because you lie, you cheat.”

Rudy Giuliani’s interview was a mixture of hubris and mental scrambled eggs

Rudy Giuliani is not a young person. If he goes to jail and then hopes Trump will return to the White House and release him in 2025, it’s a terrible risk.

Giuliani’s defense appears to be that he used to be famous for his crime fighting, so any criminal act he may have committed doesn’t count.

Oh, and the FBI lies and cheats and wants to get him.

The FBI leaked information to Guiliani about the Clinton email investigation in 2016

The FBI’s New York office leaked information about Hillary Clinton’s email investigation to Giuliani in 2016. So the FBI wasn’t corrupt when trying to make Trump an election, but it’s corrupt when investigating Rudy Giuliani.

There is ample evidence that Rudy Giuliani committed crimes and his fame is unlikely to save him from jail.

Mr. Easley is the managing editor. He is also the White House press pool and congressional correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason has a bachelor’s degree in political science. His thesis focused on public policy with a specialization in social reform movements.

Awards and professional memberships

Member of the Society of Professional Journalists and the American Political Science Association

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