Trump touted hiring Giuliani as 'hiring America's f---ing mayor'

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Giuliani, former New York City mayor, will join President Trump's legal team to help resolve the investigation into Russian election interference is so fraught with hypocrisies that I can't stop shaking my head.

The former NY mayor told The Washington Post on Thursday that he hopes to "negotiate an end" to the investigation into Russian interference in the election "for the good of the country".

Greenberg Traurig partner Rudy Giuliani is joining US President Donald Trump's legal team in the special counsel investigation, leading to another leave of absence from his firm.

Attorney Joanna Hendon is representing Trump in the case involving Michael Cohen in the Southern District of NY.

"Sessions really pulled the wool over the president's eyes", Dershowitz said.

I sincerely believe that Democrats were sure Donald Trump would be - if not imprisoned - removed from office before the end of his first year as President.

His former lead lawyer, John Dowd, resigned last month.

Giuliani said he would spend a "great deal of time" in Washington working with Trump, but would continue to live in NY.

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-He played a vital role as NY mayor (1994-2001) during the September 11 attacks at the World Trade Center towers in 2001.

Although White House officials said that Trump has not called Justice Department officials or taken any formal action, the persistent grousing has made some advisers anxious, according to two people close to the president. "They're nearly there." In yet another interview, with CNN, he described Mueller as fair and said firing him would be "counterproductive", because it would delay the completion of the probe.

It was the Federal Bureau of Investigation raid on Cohen's home and office that led Trump to rethink his position that he'd be happy to sit down for a chitchat with Mueller and his legal team.

Giuliani and Trump spoke on Thursday about legal strategy moving forward, along with Sekulow, whom Giuliani described as a "good friend".

"This is a really big deal that Rudy Giuliani is joining President Trump's team", Crokin concluded.

Giuliani, who also once served as the United States attorney in Manhattan, did not return requests for comment. "This gives the government the advantage of deciding unilaterally which materials it deems relevant to an ongoing investigation and may result in the seizure of materials plainly subject to attorney client and other privileges", the site says. "I don't know yet what's outstanding", he said.

"Rudy Giuliani knows Bob Mueller, is respected by Bob Mueller, and knows this system of investigation better than everyone else the president has involved to this point", the anchor said.

Jane Serene Raskin and Martin Raskin did not immediately return a request for comment. They're nearly there. "I'm going to ask Mueller, 'What do you need to wrap it up?'" he said.