Last updated on January 29th, 2019
We all know when the United States’ President, Donald Trump, gets angry, he can do anything. From calling the shutdown to the withdrawal of troops, and firing people from their job’s, all are some great examples of his anguish. However, that is not the fate his Attorney, Rudy Giuliani, will face.
According to the sources, the president is not angry with Rudy Giuliani, despite his contradictory answers in recent interviews about a proposed Trump tower in Moscow, Russia.
Giuliani has been midst a lot of criticism this week for openly speaking about the project. His interviews also simulated rumors that he might lose his job for openly speaking on the matter. In one of his recent interviews he avowed that, the US president had been in talks over the proposed Moscow tower project all throughout the presidential campaign. This was possibly as late as October or November 2016.
The answers given by Rudy Giuliani also mean that there are two different views on the same story about the Project now. First, the recent conformation given by the President’s attorney, and the second, that Trump’s team discussions ended before the Iowa primaries in January 2016.
The sources also impute that the President and others were not happy about the statement and therefore, asked him to clean the mess created through his interviews.
Following such circumstances and to plausibly keep his job secure, Giuliani released a statement on Monday, backing off his statement claiming that his comments were hypothetical.
“My recent statements about discussions during the 2016 campaign between Michael Cohen and then-candidate Donald Trump about a potential Trump Moscow ‘project’ were hypothetical and not based on conversations I had with the President,” Rudy Giuliani said in that statement. “My comments did not represent the actual timing or circumstances of any such discussions. The point is that the proposal was in the earliest stage and did not advance beyond a free non-binding letter of intent,.” he further added.
Trump’s team on their cover-up, despite reports about pressurizing Rudy, said, Trump wasn’t “apoplectic” about his statement and ensuing cleanup. Further assuring that Trump personally likes what he does for him and thinks he is really effective.
Contrarily, Rudy Giuliani also expressed trust in his relationship with the President in his interview with CNN on Tuesday. “He just wants it clarified. He understands how these things happen. It happens to him all the time,” Giuliani told the CNN interviewee.