Trump Lawyers Nearing Decision He Won't Sit for Russia Probe Interview

Posted July 11, 2018

Cohen, President Donald Trump's longtime personal lawyer who is under investigation by federal prosecutors in NY, said in his Twitter post Sunday, July 1, that he sat down for an interview with ABC News and his "silence is broken".

Davis did not get into the specifics of what Giuliani said, but he appears to contradict the former New York City mayor's claim that Cohen telling the truth would not have any negative impact on President Trump. "We have no reason to believe he did anything wrong".

Cohen, who worked for Trump over the past decade, is the focus of an investigation in the Southern District of NY into whether he violated campaign-finance laws or committed bank fraud, wire fraud, illegal lobbying, or other crimes.

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Now less than four months before the 2018 midterm elections, it's anyone's guess as to if, or when, President Trump might sit down with special counsel Robert S. Mueller III as part of his investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election.

"We're pretty much decided we are waiting for a decision of the counsel", Giuliani said, adding that there needs to be "some basis for investigation".

In an interview last week with Stephanopoulos, Cohen acknowledged that he soon could face criminal charges in an ongoing Federal Bureau of Investigation probe of his finances and business dealings.

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Davis' Monday morning tweet follows another similar statement issued on Saturday when he tweeted, "Michael Cohen has said it's time for him to speak the truth and put his family and Country first". They also want him to show that that the special counsel has exhausted every other investigative measure before requesting an interview with the president. "What I said was they have to give us a factual basis, meaning some suspicion of a crime". By demanding an unreasonable amount of information from Mueller and his team, Giuliani is trying to make the public believe that it is Mueller's fault that Trump is not voluntarily agreeing to meet with him. "Of course he didn't commit a crime".

"We've been through everything on collusion and obstruction", he said. They can investigate forever. He said an interview with Mueller could be an "attempt to trap him in perjury".

The Justice Department is probing possible coordination between Russian Federation and Trump's 2016 presidential campaign, as well as possible obstruction of justice by the president. Cohen gave an interview to ABC last week in which he signaled he might be willing to cooperate.

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Cohen also defended the Mueller investigation as a whole, saying, "I respect our nation's intelligence agencies'".