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Washington Examiner political correspondent Byron York said the addition of Rudy Giuliani to President Trump's legal team in the Mueller probe is a "dramatic change."

York said the presence of Giuliani, a former mayor of New York City and previously a federal prosecutor, represents a "much more confrontational" tone.

He remarked that Giuliani's choice to sit down with Fox News' Sean Hannity for a lengthy exclusive interview marks a key development in how the legal team is presenting itself."You didn't see [former counsel John] Dowd or [Ty] Cobb doing that," he said.

Congressman Andy Biggs (R-Ariz.) added that he agreed with Giuliani's critical description of former FBI Director James Comey.

"Mr. Comey has been a disgrace," Biggs said. "Thank goodness for Rudy Giuliani saying that."

Giuliani told Hannity that Comey likely has been lying about President Donald Trump.

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