Remember when Anthony Scaramucci’s rambunctious interview style had him in the driver’s seat as the White House Director of Communication for just 10 days? Many are wondering how long President Trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani will last – as in recent days, the accidental misspeaks and clarifications have been flying like crazy. The latest? Speaking on ABC's "This Week," Giuliani had a LOT to say…including:

Giuliani says he “doesn't have any knowledge” of attorney Michael Cohen making payments to other women on behalf of the President.Giuliani isn’t ruling out that the President may Plead the Fifth if subpoenaed – or claim executive privilege.He went back and forth on what the President knew when regarding payments to Stormy Daniels.Giuliani added that Cohen made payments for Trump and conducted business for the President, which means he had legal fees, monies laid out and other expenditures.And on that topic, Giuliani said he does expect that former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen “is going to cooperate with federal investigators.”

Someone very about Giuliani’s verbosity? Daniels’ attorney Michael Avenatti, who says there is a “significant amount of evidence” the 130-thousand-dollar payment from Cohen to Daniels was connected to the presidential campaign. As Avenatti sees it, the facts and evidence will be a disaster for Cohen, the President and to Giuliani.


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