Rudy Giuliani media tour: Success or debacle?

"The View" co-hosts discuss if Giuliani is doing more harm than good with his media blitz.
3:08 | 05/07/18

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weekend bothered me, like, you know, Rudy, he has not shut up. His media blitz has just been forcing the white house to just keep changing their story on stormy. I mean, I can't imagine they are too happy about what he told George yesterday. Hold on. Let me show you. Did Michael Cohen make payments to other women? I have no knowledge of that, but I would think if it was necessary, yes. See? Shh. Stop talking. Stop talking. You know what? He said so many things that were wrong, and against trump. He is still there. This is the thing about many of trump's surrogates. They are media cam kau zis. They will go to the cameras, blow themselves up, just to get the attention. You see his explanation, everybody is paying attention to us now. That's the point. He keeps winning. This is going to keep working for trump until someone can seize the narrative back and play that game and compete in the media. Avenatti does that. Donald Trump I think likes his surrogates to go out. I think he thinks Rudy Giuliani is doing a great job from a legal perspective. He's doing a terrible job. He is one of the most carefully-worded people. I'm married to one. The rest of his administration and surrogates to be loose-lipped, it's your job as a lawyer to carefully choose your words so nobody can use that back against you. Wordsmiths, right? That's the job, and what I was troubled by when he was interviewed by George Stephanopoulos on "This week," he says this. When did trump learn about the payment to stormy Daniels? This is his answer. Those are the facts that we're still working on. Well, guess what? Facts don't really change. They remain the same. They're not trying to win a legal argument. I think they are just trying to win in the court of public opinion. We're in a legal argument. Here's my prediction. Donald Trump is going to take this. He is going to dare congress to impeach him. I mean seriously. You think that? He plays brutal politics. Mueller is going to write a report, congress is going to get the report and it's going to be in their lap. Sure, a democratic house may impeach him, and then he dares the senate to go to the two-thirds supermajority vote, and how hard would that be if Republicans are going to run it? I think Donald Trump -- I don't think so. He is never giving up that platform. If Mueller finds he has broken the law and committed a felony, what does that have to do with impeachment? Put him in jail. The FBI -- if you listen to James Comey, they want it to be solved politically. The FBI does not want to be put in that position. I don't know about that. I don't agree with that. America is in jeopardy right now because of things like that. They would have to find a dead body on the floor to do it. Actually, no. Doesn't take a dead body. Sometimes all it takes is a dress. We'll be right back with more

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