"In a single round of media appearances, Rudy Giuliani today torched years of Donald Trump's collusion denials, muddying the waters to a near-unrecognizable condition as he spirals deeper into incoherent scenarios about what the president did and didn't know about the Trump Tower meeting", she said.
While collusion is not a technical legal charge, Mueller is probing any coordination between the Russian government and the Trump campaign, and could bring conspiracy charges if he finds that any campaign member worked with Russia to break US law.
Mueller might decide, for example, that a crime was committed if he finds evidence that an American was involved in the hack of Democrats, either by soliciting it or paying someone to do it.
"My client didn't do it, and even if he did it, it's not a crime", Giuliani said.
"But we've had it analyzed and there's no way to tell if he did it at the time or if he went back and edited out a portion, because it goes on to another subject and stops abruptly". When do we say enough is enough.
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"Giuliani's comments follow former FBI Director James Comey's assertion during a CNN town hall in April that, "[Collusion]"is not actually a thing that exists under the federal laws of the United States". This would indicate that Trump's legal team expects either the President, or those close to him, to potentially be implicated in such a report.
North Korean Deputy Prime Minister Ri Ryong Nam, Deputy Foreign Minister Chie Hui Choi, Deputy Director-General of the Asia Department Park Hyun Chol and Asia Department chief Ri Ho Juun also attended the meeting, the release said.
"The odds are against it, but I wouldn't be shocked, because he wants to do it", Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani said of the president in a CNN interview. In fact, prosecutors said last week they don't expect the word "Russia" to be mentioned at all.
Fox News reported: "Similarly, Dershowitz said Trump's former attorney Michael Cohen is also "in a squeeze" and may have to provide evidence against Trump for a "better deal.' He said witnesses like that sometimes end up 'composing" evidence in a bid for reduced charges or a lesser sentence".
Should Manafort be convicted, the investigation by Mr Mueller could gain some momentum.