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"Absolutely not!"

That was Judge Jeanine Pirro's advice to President Trump on whether to sit down with Special Counsel Robert Mueller.

Pirro responded on "Hannity" after Trump told reporters he was "looking forward" to talking to Mueller and repeated there was "no collusion" between the Trump campaign and Russia. 

Trump's lawyer Ty Cobb later clarified that, "[Trump] is ready to meet with them, but he’ll be guided by the advice of his personal counsel."

Pirro and Sean Hannity agreed that Trump's tendency to do a lot of talking would be a big issue if he were to sit down with Mueller's team. 

"He's gonna go on and on, talk about this, talk about that. It's a trap. That's what the feds do and we already know they're biased," said Pirro. 

She said Trump had a constitutional right to fire FBI Director James Comey, so he should not have to answer questions about it. 

"Russian collusion is not a crime. Ergo he doesn't need to appear," she said, explaining Mueller will bring witnesses before a grand jury to implicate Trump and "make him seem like a liar."

She said Mueller is "out for blood," and he and James Comey and other FBI officials are the ones who need to be investigated. 

Watch her analysis above.

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