Former Republican Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli appeared on Chris Cuomo’s Prime Time and was asked about Rudy Giuliani’s performance this week and Cuccinelli couldn’t understand what was going on with Trump’s attorney.
“There’s no way you can look at Rudy Giuliani’s last 3 days of I’ll call it, performance, for his client and say that helps his client,” Cuccinelli said. “There is just no cast you can put on that is positive good legal representation in the public area, for his client.”
Cuccinelli continued: “I am astonished at the poor performance we are seeing here, as a representative by Rudy Giuliani, it is really, really poor.”
Giuliani has appeared on a number of interviews this week and he’s making a number of comments that has many people questioning his intentions.
From a new Politico report out tonight, Giuliani “has a growing list of enemies in the White House” that also includes Donald Trump.
Politico: “Trump was apoplectic after a pair of weekend media interviews by his personal lawyer, in which Giuliani said that the president had been involved in discussions to build a Trump Tower in Moscow through the end of the 2016 campaign — a statement that enraged Trump because it contradicted his own public position, according to two sources close to the president.”
“Handling Rudy’s f— ups takes more than one man,” a White House aide told Politico.
Rudy Giuliani has now walked back his Trump Tower Moscow comments after an interview with the New York Times.
Rudy Giuliani again had to issue a statement claiming that his statements about Trump Tower Moscow was “hypothetical.”
Buzzfeed has now published Trump Tower project plans Giuliani said never existed which will definitely anger his boss.
During an interview with the New Yorker, Giuliani responded to a question about how he knew the Special Counsel’s disputed Buzzfeed report was false, Giuliani said:
“Because I have been through all the tapes, I have been through all the texts, I have been through all the e-mails, and I knew none existed. And then, basically, when the special counsel said that, just in case there are any others I might not know about, they probably went through others and found the same thing.”
Isaac Chotiner from the New Yorker immediately asked him to explain what tapes he’s talking about. Giuliani quickly backtracked “I shouldn’t have said tapes, they alleged there were texts and e-mails that corroborated that Cohen was saying the President told him to lie.”
Chotiner pressed Giuliani asking him if he had listened to the tapes.
“No tapes,” Giuliani said. “Well, I have listened to tapes, but none of them concern this.”