President TrumpDonald TrumpTrump lawyers to Supreme Court: Jan. 6 committee 'will not be harmed by delay' Two House Democrats announce they won't seek reelection DiCaprio on climate change: 'Vote for people that are sane' MORE’s attorney Rudy Giuliani on Sunday called former CIA Director John BrennanJohn Owen BrennanOvernight Defense & National Security — US, Israeli defense chiefs discuss Iran US ends combat mission against ISIS in Iraq, but troops remain This Thanksgiving, skip the political food fights and talk UFOs instead MORE one of the "biggest frauds" in U.S. history.
“My payment for this investigation and my representation of the president is to get to depose John Brennan, one of the biggest frauds in the history of this country,” Giuliani said on Fox News’s "Sunday Morning Futures."
Giuliani ridiculed Brennan throughout his interview on Sunday.
“If there are more like Brennan, he has every right to,” Giuliani said in regard to whether or not Trump would revoke more security clearances. “Brennan accused him of treason. … He basically says he has no evidence that the president committed a crime ... But he says the president committed treason. This is an out of control political hack.”
When asked what he thought of Brennan’s statements on NBC’s "Meet The Press," in which the former CIA director said he would legally push back against Trump for revoking his and others’ security clearances, Giuliani laughed and said he would welcome a legal fight with Brennan.
“I’d love to have Brennan under oath for ... two, three days,” Giuliani said. “We’ll find out about Brennan. And we’ll find out what a terrible job he did going back to ... when the Khobar Towers was bombed and our marines were killed.”
Giuliani continued, “Or we can see what he did or said about Benghazi, how many lies he told about that.”
When it was suggested he dig into Brennan’s vote for Communist Party USA leader Gus Hall for president in 1976, Giuliani said he might not go back that far but wondered how you could become CIA director if you voted for a communist “in the midst of the Cold War.”
Giuliani asked if that — along with what he said was Brennan’s support for waterboarding and drone strikes, coupled with what Giuliani described as Brennan’s love of Islam — meant that the former CIA director lacked principle.
“Isn’t this a guy who is an opportunist and a political hack?” Giuliani said. “Who goes whatever way the winds are going?”