Rudy Giuliani In Interview: I’m Sorry Hillary, But You’re A Criminal (VIDEO)

Rudy Giuliani gave an explosive interview to Sean Hannity last night. They began by discussing the fact that Hillary has been treated as if she is above the law. Giuliani even said at one point:

“I’m sorry Hillary, I know you’re upset about losing the election, but you’re a criminal.”

FOX News has more:

Giuliani calls for Comey to be prosecuted, end to Mueller probe ‘in the interest of justice’

Rudy Giuliani, a member of President Donald Trump’s legal team, told Fox News’ “Hannity” Wednesday night that Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein should end Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into alleged collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian officials “in the interest of justice.”

“There’s been too much government misconduct,” Giuliani, a former mayor of New York City and Republican presidential candidate, told host Sean Hannity. “The crimes now have all been committed by the government and their agents.”…

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Also in Giuliani’s “hannity” interview, the former mayor called for former FBI Director James Comey to be prosecuted for leaking classified information, at one point calling him “a disgraceful liar.”

“I have never, ever… leaked a damn thing,” said Giuliani, referring to his time as a U.S. Attorney. “I would have considered resigning if I ever did that.”

Comey, who was fired by Trump as FBI director in May 2017, has admitted giving memos about his conversations with President Trump to at least three people — including members of his legal team. He has claimed that the memos were personal documents, not government property.

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See the video below:

People are going to be talking about this interview for days. It was that powerful.


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