Giuliani Communicated with Mueller’s Team About BuzzFeed Fake News Trump-Cohen-Moscow Article – Agreed Much of it False
Trump’s personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani communicated with Mueller’s team about the BuzzFeed Trump-Cohen-Moscow conspiracy theory floated last week and the special counsel agreed much of it was false.
The BuzzFeed articled claimed text messages and emails backed up their claims President Trump suborned perjury and instructed Cohen to lie to Congress.
“There are no texts and emails or other documents to corroborate BuzzFeed’s claim for the simple reason that it is not true,” Giuliani told Fox News. “Whoever is responsible for this is lying.”
BuzzFeed got nuked by Mueller’s office last week after they floated a fake news Trump-Cohen-Moscow report late last Thursday night.
BuzzFeed dropped some late night ‘Trump-Russia’ fake news after the media and Dems had a rough day dealing with ‘Air Pelosi.’
BuzzFeed reported late Thursday night that according to law enforcement sources, Trump directed his former lawyer Michael Cohen to lie to Congress about the proposed Trump Tower in Moscow.
The BuzzFeed reporters who worked on the hit piece doubled and tripled down even though Mueller’s team released a rare statement nuking their claims.
Last Friday evening, a spokesperson for the special counsel disputed BuzzFeed’s junk report, calling it “not accurate.”
“BuzzFeed’s description of specific statements to the Special Counsel’s Office, and characterization of documents and testimony obtained by this office, regarding Michael Cohen’s Congressional testimony are not accurate,” the statement from Mueller’s spokesperson read.
Conservative news sites immediately began to poke holes in BuzzFeed’s ridiculous Trump-Russia report, however, Dem lawmakers came out swinging calling for Trump’s impeachment.
Conservative radio host Mark Levin said last week that Mueller released the rare statement rebuking BuzzFeed’s article to ‘cover their asses’ and avoid a leak investigation.