President Trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani told Laura Ingraham that special counsel Robert Mueller should have enough "material from which to write a report right now."

Giuliani, a former New York mayor, said Trump cannot be indicted as a matter of Constitutional law and that public opinion is "disgusted" with the state of Mueller's probe.


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Giuliani said Trump should not be worried about his former attorney Michael Cohen "flipping" on him as a federal case against the Manhattan lawyer continues in earnest.

He also dismissed the notion that Cohen operated as an unethical "fixer" for Trump, saying that most rich New Yorkers will have attorneys to expedite real estate issues through the courts.

Giuliani said he would be "comfortable" if Cohen cooperates with authorities in his probe.

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