"“I guess I’d rather do the interview. It gets it over with. It makes my client happy,” he said in an interview with The Washington Post. “The safe course you hear every lawyer say is don’t do the interview, and that’s easy to say in the abstract. That’s much harder when you have a client who is the president of the United States and wants to be interviewed.
Giuliani said he was concerned that the president would become a target or that the interview would be a perjury trap, because the “truth is relative.” The president’s legal team continues to try to set limitations on an interview, including the duration and questions posed, he said.
“They may have a different version of the truth than we do,” Giuliani said.
Alternative facts rear their head once again :grin. They may have a different version of the truth than we do. That isn’t foreshadowing at all is it lol.
And I love that Giuliani has been forced to go from saying that letting Trump talk to Mueller would make him the worst lawyer on the planet to now admitting Trumps probably going to insist on it anyway.
Seems like literally every lawyer on the planet thinks Trump talking to Mueller would be a remarkable stupid move, but Trump has a long long reputation for ignoring his own lawyers so I guess it looks like it’s going to happen regardless.