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President Trump's attorney Rudy Giuliani told Laura Ingraham in an exclusive interview that if Special Counsel Robert Mueller writes a flawed or "unfair" report about President Donald Trump, he is "ready to rip it apart."

Giuliani, a Republican who served as New York City mayor for eight years, said Mueller's probe is "doing damage to our country" and should be finished as "soon as possible."

He said Mueller's team likely has enough facts to write a conclusive report on their findings.

As FoxNews.com reported:

The attorney whom Giuliani replaced on Trump's team, John Dowd, has said that Mueller has floated the idea of issuing a grand jury subpoena for Trump to answer questions. If that were to occur, the president could still fight it in court or refuse to answer questions by invoking his Fifth Amendment right to protection from self-incrimination.

Giuliani said last week that the president's legal team would oppose any subpoena unless they could "reach agreement on the ground rules." He argued that Trump could invoke executive privilege, and the team would point to Justice Department opinions in fighting a subpoena and "on both law and the facts, we would have the strongest case you could imagine."

Giuliani has also noted the handover of 1.2 million documents to the Mueller team as evidence of cooperation.

Thursday marks one year after Mueller's appointment to oversee the FBI investigation into alleged collusion between Russian officials and members of the Trump campaign. So far, investigators have charged 19 people — including four Trump campaign advisers — and three Russian companies.

"If you’re going to write a fair report, fine, write it. If you’re going to write an unfair report, write it and we will combat it! We are ready to rip it apart," Giuliani said.

He added that he's concerned the Mueller probe and accompanying federal investigation of Michael Cohen and others are hurting the United States.

He lamented the investigators' "unwillingness to recognize the damage this does to our country -- all over the world... This was engineered by [former FBI Director] James Comey."


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