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Rudy Giuliani accuses CNN’s Tapper of ‘hysteria’ during meltdown over questions about Russia Trump Tower deal

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In an alternately contentious and confusing interview with CNN’s Jake Tapper, Donald Trump’s legal adviser, Rudy Giuliani, claimed that the president never spoke with his personal attorney, Michael Cohen, about his Trump Tower project congressional testimony — only to moments later admit he has no idea what the two said to each other in private to “attorney/client privilege.”

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Giuliani snapped almost immediately when asked about Cohen, at one time accusing the State of the Union host of indulging in “hysteria” for asking questions about what occurred between Trump and Cohen.

Pressed over whether Trump was involved in a trying to get a hotel built in Russia, Giuliani claimed the president had nothing to do with the major development project, saying it was all Cohen’s doing.

“Michael Cohen was in the middle of talking to Russians about a potential deal,” Tapper pointed out.

“No, he wasn’t,” Giuliani shot back. “He wrote a nonbinding letter of intent and sent it to a general post office. He had a couple of discussions — Michael Cohen did, not the president. It was the last thing on his [Trump’s] mind because he was running for president. We’re talking about 2016. You’re not thinking about some proposal that, at best, it’s three years down the line.”

With Tapper attempting to get the lawyer to clarify what went on between Trump and Cohen, saying, “I want to find out the truth,” Giuliani blew up.

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“That’s because you have a hysteria going on in the media that interprets everything against Donald Trump,” Giuliani yelled.

“There’s no hysteria here, sir,” Tapper calmly replied.

“You all should be careful,” Giuliani warned, adding the news about Trump was “disgusting.”

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Fox News lying to defend Trump makes it a threat to US national security: CNN contributor

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Fox News a threat to American democracy and national security, a CNN contributor explained on Saturday.

Garrett Graff was interviewed by CNN's Ana Cabrera about a new piece he wrote for Wired titled, "Fox News Is Now a Threat to National Security."

"Monday’s split-screen drama, as the House Judiciary Committee weighed impeachment charges against President Trump and as the Justice Department’s inspector general released a 476-page report on the FBI’s handling of its 2016 investigation into Trump’s campaign, made one truth of the modern world inescapable: The lies and obfuscations forwarded ad infinitum on Fox News pose a dangerous threat to the national security of the United States," he wrote.

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Lindsey Graham admits nothing will change his mind on Trump impeachment: ‘I’m not trying to pretend to be a fair juror’

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In an interview with CNN International's Becky Anderson at the Doha Forum in Qatar, Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) admitted he has no plans to look at the evidence compiled against Donald Trump from the House impeachment inquiry when it is referred to the Senate.

The chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee explained that he wants the trial to be quick and that expects nothing to come of it, with the GOP solidly behind fighting impeachment of the president.

During the interview Graham stated, "This thing will come to the Senate, and it will die quickly, and I will do everything I can to make it die quickly."

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GOP strategist walloped for urging Dem lawmakers to leave Trump alone and worry about being re-elected instead

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On CNN Saturday, Democratic strategist Maria Cardona and Republican strategist Doug Heye clashed after the latter suggested Democrats should value their re-election over holding President Donald Trump accountable for wrongdoing.

"We have to remember, this is not a trial as we think of trials in courtroom," said Heye. "This is a political process. It is designed to be a political process, and that's why this whole process is played out the way that it has so far. I would say to Maria, the Republicans aren't spending money to shore up Republicans per se. They're spending money to go after vulnerable Democrats who are going home and then coming back and telling Nancy Pelosi and Democratic leadership, I'm getting killed back home."

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