Giuliani: Nadler should have access to 'everything' in Mueller report

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Nadler should have access to “everything,” including grand jury material, Giuliani said on CBS’s “Face the Nation.”

“Except for little quibbles, I'm not worried about the report at all,” Giuliani added.


Giuliani also said that while Trump “can’t waive all executive privilege,” the president's team is eager to disclose as much information as legally possible.

“[Attorney General William BarrBill BarrTrump administration pressured federal prosecutors to settle investigation into Turkish bank: report DOJ shifts, will allow local police to wear body cameras during operations with federal agents Police accountability board concludes that Seattle police officers used excessive force during encounters with protesters MORE] has said he’s going to put up the maximum amount of information possible,” Giuliani said. “The only thing that will stop him will be legal barriers.”

Giuliani also hit back at Nadler's claim earlier Sunday that Barr was biased in favor of Trump, saying Nadler “prejudged this case a year ago.”

Nadler, Giuliani said, “was overheard on Amtrak talking about impeachment well before the report came out.”

Giuliani also dismissed claims by members of Mueller’s team that Barr’s four-page summary of Mueller’s findings misrepresented the results of the probe, saying that if the report contained damaging information, Mueller’s team would have provided specific details.

He also suggested sources within Mueller’s office had tipped off CNN about the FBI’s raid on Trump adviser Roger StoneRoger Jason StoneTrump grants clemency to five nonviolent offenders Trump remarks put pressure on Barr DOJ veteran says he's quitting over Barr's 'slavish obedience' to Trump MORE’s home in February.