President Trump and his law team declared a total victory Sunday after the release of the Special Counsel Robert Mueller's key idea – including no evidence of cooperation with Russia during the 2016 campaign – but tried to reverse the tables by renewing talks to investigate investigators.
Trump himself beat the probe as an "illegal takedown" when he called Mueller's report a "complete liberation" and said it was a shame that his presidency had to do with the investigation for two years.
"Hopefully someone will see on the other side," Trump said. "This was an illegal takedown that failed and hopefully someone will see on the other side."
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If it wasn't clear what he meant, Trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani was told Fox News a survey should be launched in how the investigation began.
"He was investigated for a crime that never happened," Giuliani said. "There was never any interaction."
Giuliani added: "There must be a complete and complete investigation, with at least as much enthusiasm as this one, to find out where this fee was going, who started it, who paid for it."
The Former New York Mayor specifically called out one of Trump's most vocal critics, Rep. Adam Schiff, California Lawmaker asked where evidence of collusion is that Schiff has said he has.
"Where is Schiff's evidence?" Giuliani asked, "Where is it? In his head?"
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Earlier in the day Schiff ̵
Talk about ABC's "This Week," said Schiff's committee wants it a full report and the underlying materials were published and will go to court to force Barr to release them. He says the intelligence agency is required to decide whether the president is in some way, whether criminal or not. Trump has since the announcement of the special council investigation that he never cooperated with Russia during the 2016 campaign. He has long rejected the probe as a "witch hunt" while attacking the FBI The figures that launched the original Russian probe that was eventually taken over by Mueller 2017. He and his allies have also questioned the role played by the unconfirmed and blurred anti-trump dossier in the beginning of the probe.
While Barr's letter on the Special Report says Mueller found no evidence of coordination with Russia, did not make any determination as to whether Trump committed obstruction v Justice in Russia's probe Lawyer William Barr and Deputy Attorney General Rosenstein stated that evidence collected by Mueller was insufficient on that front.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.