Giuliani: Mueller needs to prove investigation is not a ‘witch hunt’ before Trump agrees to interview

President Donald Trump’s lead lawyer Rudy Giuliani said Sunday that the president wants to testify in special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation but his legal team would would not recommend an interview unless “they can satisfy us that there is some basis for this investigation.”

“Of course he didn’t commit a crime. They can investigate forever. They’re not going to find any of that,” Giuliani said Sunday on “Meet the Press.” “What we’re asking them for is: Is this the witch hunt that a lot of people think it is? Or is there a factual basis for this?”

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