'Put up or shut up': Giuliani tells Mueller to end Russia probe as he scrambles to explain away Trump's tweets
Rudy Giuliani appears on Fox News Sunday (Fox News/screen grab)

On Wednesday, President Donald Trump shined another light on the Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation by suggesting that Attorney General Jeff Sessions should un-recuse himself in a Twitter rant.


President Trump's lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, was stopped by reporters in New Hampshire who asked about the president's most recent Twitter comments about the investigation.

Giuliani echoed claims that there was "no collusion" and that President Trump did not commit any crimes.

He warned Mueller to put an end to the probe.

"I said it just yesterday on Fox News that we believe that the investigation should be brought to a close. We think they are at the end of it. They should render their report. Put up or shut up. We have everything to believe they don't have anything. The president hasn't done anything wrong. They don't have any evidence he did anything wrong," Giuliani said.

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