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Giuliani indicates the Trump Tower Moscow discussions took place until November 2016

Rudy Giuliani indicated Sunday that President Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen may have been discussing a possible Trump Tower Moscow development until November 2016.

Cohen last month accused himself of letting the congress plan on building a Trump property in Moscow, plans that he originally said were scrapped in January 2016, but actually continued well in the presidential campaign.

"Until you actually settle down and answer the questions and you go back and you look at paper … you" I do not know what happened, "Giuliani said at ABC's" This Week "when

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– ABC News Politics (@ABCPolitics) December 16, 2018

Cohen last week was sentenced to three years in prison deriving from federal charges for tax fraud and bank fraud and campaign funding breach he said he committed to Trumps direction when directing payments to two women who claimed they had business with the president.


Giuliani, representing Trump in Russia's investigation, raised other issues that allegedly had the interest of special councils Robert Mueller Robert Swan MuellerSasse: The United States should applaud the choice of Mueller to lead Russia by obe more s law.

He said he does not believe Roger Stone Roger Jason StoneRoger Stone challenge r Dems to Produce WikiLeaks Evidence Google Chief Defends Company Under Capitol Hill Grille Alex Jones Heckles Google CEO Leads to House Hearing MORE gave Trump a head-up during the 2016 campaign about hacked e-mails released by WikiLeaks, but that even If he had, it would not be a crime.

"I do not think so," said Giuliani. "But again, if Roger Stone gave any idea of ​​WikiLeak's leaks, it's not a crime. It would be like giving him a head-up that Times will print something."

Mueller has reported reset to potential contacts between Stone, an allied of Trumps and WikiLeaks during the 2016 campaign. Stone has denied that he knew about WikiLeak's planned leakage of hacked materials in advance.

Giuliani also raised if the president was aware of a summer 2016 meeting at the Trump Tower between the members of his campaign and a Russian lawyer who promised dirt it Hillary Clinton Hillary Diane Rodham ClintonMemo Comey used short trump on Issue: Report Trump Will Probably Win Re-election in 2020 Lanny Davis says Nixon had more respect for the constitution than Trump MORE .

"It's definitely he did not know about it," Giuliani said. "And I think it's consistent testimony."

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