Giuliani Reacts to Latest Leak to New York Times “If Mueller Tries to Subpoena Us, We’re Going to Court”

On Saturday, the fake news New York Times published all 20 pages of a confidential memo Trump’s lawyers sent Robert Mueller in January.

Rudy Giuliani then confirmed the contents of the memo published by The New York Times.

The liberals went crazy after The New York Times published a 29-page confidential memo Trump’s lawyers sent to Mueller in January.

The memo reveals Trump’s lawyers argued the President cannot be subpoenaed and that even actions that impede the investigation are within his constitutional authority and therefore cannot be obstruction of justice.

ABC reporter Tara Palmeri said Giuliani confirmed the contents of the letter to Mueller published by The New York Times.

Giuliani also said, “If Mueller tries to subpoena us, we’re going to court.”

Giuliani confirmed the contents of the letter to Mueller obtained by the New York Times. He says it’s still their legal strategy, telling me “If Mueller tries to subpoena us, we’re going to court.”

President Trump fired off a tweet shortly before the New York Times published the confidential memo from his lawyers.


Trump asked if the DOJ or the Office of Special Counsel leaked his lawyers’ letters to the New York Times.

Former US Attorney, Joe diGenova blasted Robert Mueller over his presidential subpoena threat in his Fox News appearance with Tucker Carlson recently.

Joe diGenova even taunted Mueller and told him to go ahead and issue Trump a subpoena because it will be unconstitutional and illegal.

“There is no authority under federal law to issue a subpoena to a president of the United States to get testimony from him so it can be used at an impeachment proceeding,” diGenova continued.

Mark Levin recently told Hannity the President should take Mueller all the way to the Supreme Court:

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