It's Going to Take Time to Sift Through The Facts and Bias of the Mueller Report
Trump defense attorney and an apparent glutton for punishment Rudy Giuliani made the network television rounds on Sunday to respond to the newly released Mueller report.
Guliani's appearances were tense, combative, and a 100% reaffirmation of why the former Mayor of New York City "is who he is," according to WIBC host Tony Katz:
"The idea that the Mueller Report is based in good faith is the conversation that Rudi Giuliani was having here, and he did it extremely well on multiple shows. But nothing that Rudi Giuliani says could stop someone from taking a look at the various things that were going on around President Trump and making a decision on whether or not to vote for him. And I think that in the court of public opinion, that's how the Mueller report is going to play out for some people, which could be in and of itself part of the problem for the Mueller report.
But on this idea that somehow some massive laws were broken? That case was not made by Mueller. As a matter of fact, one of the questions has to be whether or not the report in and of itself had its own element of bias from Mueller."
Tony has highlights from Guiliani's weekend appearances in today's Popcorn Moment. Click below to check it out.