Rudy Giuliani claims that Donald Trump will likely attempt to block the release of Robert Mueller’s report.

By |2018-09-04T08:36:40-08:00September 3rd, 2018|Categories: Front Page, News|Tags: , , , , |11 Comments

This revelation comes toward the end of an expansive New Yorker article about how Rudy Giuliani became Trump’s little bitch, and where his testicles are now located. (If I read it correctly I think Moscow.) 

I have a rather overwhelmingly dislike for Giuliani so I am not going to share any of the interesting tidbits about his past career, his many marriages, or his complete supplication to Trump, here. 

Instead, I am going to focus on the portion that I thought would interest all of us, the portion where he reveals that Trump is going to try and block Mueller’s report from seeing the light of day. 

And that portion is right here:

Mueller will file a concluding report with Rod Rosenstein, the Deputy Attorney General, at the end of the investigation, and, in theory, Rosenstein has the option of releasing the report to Congress and to the public. But Giuliani pointed out a little-known aspect of the agreement that Trump’s original legal team struck with Mueller: the White House reserved the right to object to the public disclosure of information that might be covered by executive privilege. I asked Giuliani if he thought the White House would raise objections. “I’m sure we will,” he said, adding that the President would make the final call. In other words, the conclusion of the special counsel’s investigation could be the beginning of a contentious fight over whether Rosenstein is allowed to release a complete version of Mueller’s report.

So that means that even if Trump fails to obstruct the investigation itself he can still try to block the public’s right to see what the investigation uncovered. 

But fo you know what? I am not going to worry about it. 

And the reason I am not going to worry about it is that the Trump White House leaks like the Titanic in its final moments before slipping to an icy grave, and so I know there is no way that this report is not going to be leaked to the media moments after it lands on Trump’s desk. 

So will Trump try to block this report?

Hell yes!

Will he be successful?

Oh, hell no! 

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  1. Anonymous September 3, 2018 at 4:38 pm

    It will get leaked or there will be such public outcry that trump will wish he was already residing in Moscow.

    • Anonymous September 3, 2018 at 9:42 pm

      Just wait until those 100,000 documents Trump is suppressing are released about Kavanaugh. If it’s after Kavanaugh’s confirmation, the Republicans will pay in November. If it’s before and they confirm him anyway, the Republicans will pay in November.

  2. 4USA September 3, 2018 at 4:41 pm

    Its a great day for “BBQ Don” to resign. He should resign before the subpoena is issued and he is UNDER OATH. But he will be under OATH in NY Court very soon too. Putins useful idiot did not work out, another failed plot.

  3. Whatevs September 3, 2018 at 8:42 pm

    Could it be that Rudy is worried about possible kickbacks rec’d from T.Rump when Rudy was mayor being publically exposed?

  4. Anonymous September 3, 2018 at 9:36 pm

    It will still get out. I don’t remember who it was on Bill Maher or Stephen Colbert but they said it will make the Pentagon Papers look like a delivery from the paperboy. Someone will drop a pallett of boxes and boxes containing the Mueller report on the street in front of the New York Times or the Washington Post and Muellers report will hit the light of day. The public *will* know. Just like we’ll eventually discover the dirt on Kavanaugh Trump is hiding in those 100,000 documents even if it is after

  5. Anon September 4, 2018 at 4:56 am

    Giuliani says a lot of things that do not come to fruition. His job is to aid Trump to con his base of supporters including warping the functions of the DOJ, FBI and CIA.

  6. anon September 4, 2018 at 6:48 am

    Bannon created some chaos in the Republican Universe as he claimed that big GOP donors Charles and David Koch were “con artists.”

    Just a few weeks before that it was reported that Bannon was in Europe setting up a right-wing group for the purpose of undermining the European Union.’

    John Mulaney wrote:

    “I’m out. I genuinely support public intellectual debate, and have paid to see people speak with whom I strongly disagree. But this isn’t James Baldwin vs William F Buckley. This is PT Barnum level horse$hit. And it was announced on a weekend just before tix went on sale.”

    Disinvited Steve Bannon rips “gutless” New Yorker for being cowed by “howling online mob”

    “Top GOP Senator Accuses Dems Protesting Kavanaugh Of ‘Mob Rule’
    By Tierney Sneed
    September 4, 2018 10:43 am
    The continued interruptions of Senate Democrats seeking to delay Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court confirmation hearings due to a last minute document dump prompted a sharp rebuke from Sen. John Cornyn (R-TX), the number two Senate Republican, who called their tactics “MOB RULE.”

    Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-CT), who had unsuccessfully requested a vote on his motion to adjourn the hearing, pushed back on Cornyn’s claim.

    “Far from mob rule, far from contempt of the process. We’re simply asking for respect here, to the normal regular order,” Blumenthal said, in renewing a call for a vote on his motion to adjourn.”

  7. Anon September 4, 2018 at 6:51 am

    OT? With this one tweet Donald Trump has demonstrated that he does not believe in the RULE OF LAW.

  8. Page Six66 September 4, 2018 at 7:11 am

    “the source told the New York Post. “Judith’s book will talk about how ‘America’s Mayor’ and his powerful friends operate, the secret deals and secret handshakes, what it is like being on the inside with Manhattan and DC’s power brokers. There is also much to discuss about Rudy’s relationship with President Trump, and how Rudy struggled after his own political ambitions to be president failed.”

    Nathan has been married to Giuliani for 15 years after he left his previous wife, Donna Hanover by announcing it to the press before informing her.”

  9. anonymous September 4, 2018 at 7:27 am

    OT/ WW3!
    “In an excerpt of Woodward’s new book leaked to the Washington Post, Woodward writes that Mattis has told his associates that Trump “acted like — and had the understanding of — a fifth- or sixth-grader” during a meeting on military forces in the Korean Peninsula.”

    “Defense Secretary James Mattis holds President Donald Trump in very low esteem — and he has had to scramble just to prevent the president from sparking “World War III.”
    “During the meeting, Trump questioned why the United States was spending any money in the region at all. Mattis had to explain to him that America’s military presence in South Korea allowed it to better monitor North Korea’s missile activities. Among other things, he told Trump that having a presence in Korea allowed the U.S. to detect a missile launch just seven seconds after it occurred — whereas it usually takes 15 minutes to detect such launches from American military bases in Alaska.

    “We’re doing this in order to prevent World War III,” <FACT<Rawstory

    • Anon September 4, 2018 at 9:55 am

      “Gangel’s assessment was blunt.

      “We have never heard anything like this before,” ”

      “The excerpt reads, in full:
      “1. “Very fine people”

      In 2017, President Donald Trump addressed the riot of white nationalists chanting ‘Jews will not replace us” in Charlottesville by observing that there were “very fine people” on “both sides.”

      According to Woodward’s new book, Trump regretted having to denounce them at all.

      “That was the biggest f*cking mistake I’ve made,” Trump told advisers shortly after giving a speech that condemned white nationalists. Woodward’s sources also told him Trump called the speech “the worst” he’d ever given.”
      Rudy Giuliani has dangled the possibility that the president will sit down with Special Counsel Robert Mueller.

      According to Woodward’s sources, the president opted out after flubbing a practice session set up by aides. “I don’t really want to testify,” Trump said at the end of a half-in-hour rant against his attorneys. “It’s either that or an orange jumpsuit,” one of his attorneys reported

      With Trump’s rage and defiance impossible to contain, Cabinet members and other senior officials learned to act discreetly. Woodward describes an alliance among Trump’s traditionalists — including Mattis and Gary Cohn, the president’s former top economic adviser — to stymie what they considered dangerous acts.

      “It felt like we were walking along the edge of the cliff perpetually,” Porter is quoted as saying. “Other times, we would fall over the edge, and an action would be taken.”

      After Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad launched a chemical attack on civilians in April 2017, Trump called Mattis and said he wanted to assassinate the dictator. “Let’s fucking kill him! Let’s go in. Let’s kill the fucking lot of them,” Trump said, according to Woodward.”

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