On Thursday, CNN’s Chris Cuomo demanded President Donald Trump’s legal advisor Rudy Giuliani apologize after special counsel Robert Mueller’s report showed that he helped Trump lie.
Special counsel Mueller’s report was released on Thursday after a press conference from Attorney General Bill Barr.
“I want to know if you will apologize on the part of the president for denying Russian interference all along?” Cuomo asked.
“Will you apologize on his behalf because we now know there was Russian interference and they wanted to help the president and his campaign tried to get the benefit of that,” Cuomo said.
However, Giuliani refused to apologize and continued with the same narrative.
“The president to this day has no knowledge of Russian interference in his campaign. And the whole issue of collusion with the Russians, both for him, his campaign, anyone in his campaign, even collusion with releasing the information or conspiracy or cooperation. It’s completely untrue.”
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