Sean Hannity decided to take a day off so he did something extraordinary with his radio show for the day.
It was genius on so many levels but mainly because we all know what is coming soon with Mueller and Trump.
A showdown – not a legal showdown, no a political showdown. So Sean let Jay Sekulow and Rudy Guiliani guest host his show yesterday to talk directly to the people.
Predictably the left went nuts that Sean would let Trump’s lawyers use his show as a platform and called Sean all kinds of terrible names.
But when they heard what was said they really lost it.
President Trump’s attorney, Jay Sekulow said Tuesday that there is an “unprecedented level of corruption” in the FBI/DOJ investigation into the Trump campaign and its alleged ties to Russia.
The president’s lawyer told Fox News host Sean Hannity, “The depth of corruption that led to this investigation and that frankly continues to permeate this investigation is unprecedented.”
Sekulow also addressed whether or not President Trump will be sitting down with Special Counsel Robert Mueller for an interview. “Frankly it is the position of the legal team…that there’s not a constitutional basis to move an interview forward,” he said. Ultimately, though, he said President Trump will decide whether or not he will talk to Mueller.
Sekulow argued that Article II of the U.S. Constitution protects the president from Justice Department questioning ― a claim debated in legal circles. He also acknowledged that, contrary to legal advice, Trump wants to speak with Mueller because he believes he can clear his name. (The attorneys are currently negotiating terms of a possible interview.)
Giuliani claimed the Mueller investigation was “born in corruption” and called for former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and former FBI Director James Comey to be investigated for legal violations he deemed “clear.” If he were attorney general, Giuliani said, he would appoint an independent counsel to “appropriately prosecute” individuals including Comey and Peter Strzok, the FBI agent who sent personal texts critical of Trump to a colleague.
The attorneys lingered on the kerfuffle over the American pastor detained in Turkey, a situation which earlier Friday prompted Trump to announce economic sanctions on the country. They also briefly discussed Chicago’s rash of gun violence and once again blamed Mayor Rahm Emanuel for not taking sufficient action.