Rudy Giuliani Just Unveiled a Questionable New Argument for Why Robert Mueller Should Wrap Up His Investigation

WASHINGTON, DC - MAY 05: Latest appointee to President Donald Trump's legal team and former Mayor of New York City Rudy Giuliani speaks at the Conference on Iran on May 5, 2018 in Washington, DC. Over one thousand delegates from representing Iranian communities from forty states attends the Iran Freedom Convention for Human Rights and Democracy. (Photo by Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images)

President Donald Trump's lawyer Rudy Giuliani said during an interview on "Fox & Friends" that special counsel Robert Mueller should end his investigation of the president's Russian ties, and his argument for why Mueller should is questionable.

"If we had anything to do about it, I would ask the special counsel to put out his report and show us what he's got, you know, show your hand," Giuliani said.

When asked if he meant he wanted Mueller to put out his final report, Giuliani replied:

Final! Get it over with. Make your case to the Justice Department that you have to continue to investigate. I think you'll find that there is no reason. Look, think about this: You could investigate an innocent man forever. If you decided he robbed the bank, and he didn't and he proved to you 50 different ways that he didn't do it, you'll look at 51, and then 52, and then 53. Then you try to get somebody who knows him and prosecute the poor person for tax evasion, so they say he robbed the bank. That's what's going on here!

During the same interview, Giuliani justified his that colluding with a foreign government is not a crime.

“I have been sitting here looking in the federal code trying to find collusion as a crime,” he said. "Collusion is not a crime. Everything that’s been released so far shows the president to be absolutely innocent. He didn’t do anything wrong.”

The last two tapes, Giuliani added, referring to recordings of conversations between Trump and his former lawyer Michael Cohen "are evidence in his favor":

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